Melly88 got a reaction from DancedWTigger in Whole30 Sample Reintroduction Schedule
Wow... I just read thru this whole forum topic looking to see if anyone else had this exact issue!
Yesterday was my legume reintro. I did peanut butter with breakfast, soy sauce & Edamame with lunch, and black beans with dinner. Today I am experiencing some GI issues (bloat, some gas and slight diarrhea- sorry if TMI). I think it is great that I can pinpoint these issues... But have no clue if they are from "legumes" or one of the specific kinds that I ate???
I am not particularly interested in the impact of peanut butter... I actually found (thru reintroduction) that I prefer almond butter. Cool, huh?
I was thinking about adding some reintro days at the end of my 10 day reintro to specifically call out soy vs. beans. I did some research on FODMAPS and think there may be something there.
So, if after testing the other groups (non gluten, dairy, gluten and alcohol) would adding a soy reintro day and a bean reintro day (with the two W30 days in between) be an acceptable way forward? And keeping on with this pattern for any other questionable subsets (cow's milk vs goat's milk, etc)?
Melly88 reacted to Nlstir in Whole30 Sample Reintroduction Schedule
Thank you to everyone for the information above.
I have one follow up. The example for the first day is peanut butter on apple, miso soup at lunch and side of black beans for dinner. If the next day if my body reacts, how do I know which of the 3 it was? Is the idea that if it were say the peanut butter, I would feel it immediately after?
Melly88 reacted to jmcbn in Whole30 Sample Reintroduction Schedule
The protocol in the UK for a Coeliac test is actually 6wks of eating gluten prior to testing as far as I know. What we're doing here, however, is looking for food sensitivities, and in most cases, having eliminated gluten from the system for 30 days, the reaction will be fairly quick & obvious when it is reintroduced.
Melly88 reacted to pixalu in Whole30 Sample Reintroduction Schedule
My opinion: For legumes. I would not include soy. Soy on it's own is an allergen for many people (and they may not know it) where as legumes in general are not. Seems logical to me that you would want to introduce them separately. (I have mild allergies to wheat, soy, dairy and corn. I've been tested.)