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Hi! Starting reintroduce on Tuesday! I have never done reintroduce before, and I'm a little confused about the added sugar part. The reintroduction part on the Whole30 website says to add one thing back for a day while keeping the rest of your diet whole30, then go back to Whole30 for 2 days, fine. My question though is what about things like dairy and gluten. I saw a whole30er I follow on instagram use Noosa yogurt for dairy reintro, which for SURE has added sugar. Is it okay to have legumes/gf grains/dairy/gluten with added sugar? I've been unsure about how to reintroduce these things because most of them have added sugar. I was thinking of getting my beloved soy latte at starbucks for legumes but I know that the soy at starbucks has sugar. Any advice would be appreciated. :-)
Just started my FastTrack reintroduction yesterday with non-gluten grains (decided to start with those, since I've had issues with dairy and soy in the past). So after trying them out for a day and not noticing any reaction, after I take my two day break, do I need to stay away from them for the rest of the reintroduction phase? Also, when can I start introducing meats with small amounts of added sugar? What about my favorite stevia/erythritol blend? Do I bring those back in after reintroduction? I am actually leaving on a 2 week trip to see my family (18 hour drive) on day 16 of "reintroduction" so I'm hoping to not have to be too picky when we're traveling. We went camping on Days 22-25 of my Whole30 and it was rather stressful prepping 4 days worth of food for the coolers. ;P
Boy the authors are so right about needing to read ALL LABELS. I have found added sugar in places I would never have dreamed would have it: dill pickles and sauerkraut (both Claussens brand), lemon pepper seasoning, not to mention places where's there's no earthly need for it like tomato sauce. The sugar industry really has it's claws in us. I once saw a chart showing sugar consumption in the US. It was basically a low flat line for a hundred years and then in 1941 it suddenly shot up to the top of the chart. Not sure what happened at that time but it was definitely a turning point.