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  1. Super excited to start my first whole 30!I read the whole30 book and have 4 main questions before my start in January: I decided to also restrict FODMAPS, as I've got IBS and my first follow-up with my GI Dr since a lot of underwhelming test results last year is directly after I'll wrap up my program. I haven't had success with cutting FODMAP foods out before, and a lot of the recipes in the book and the Fast&Easy book have a lot of things I'm supposed to be avoiding. 1. Any recommendations for resources with replacements for certain Hi FODMAP foods so I don't have to totally scr
  2. Hi there all, I'm new, and I'm reading It Starts With Food. In the chapter on OILS, the recommendation is to AVOID high-oleic seed oils. However, I found a recipe for mayonnaise ( which states, "You can also use a high-oleic safflower or sunflower oil. The seeds used to make these oils have been bred to contain more healthy monounsaturated fats and less polyunsaturated fats, making their nutrition profile almost identical to olive oil." So... which is it?