NoneOtherThanAmy Posted May 30, 2017 Share Posted May 30, 2017 I'm on day 24 of my Whole30 and have started planning out my reintroduction schedule. If I stick to the standard reintroduction schedule, I'll be making the final reintroduction the day before I leave on a 6-day work trip. Given this situation, would it make more sense to start with things that will likely be readily available during this trip? For example, there are usually a few sandwich lunches provided that include pasta salad, chips and fruit, but very few veggies. If I'm sensitive to dairy or gluten, I should be able to wander off and find food on my own (and deli meat + fruit doesn't sound all that appealing or filling). I'd imagine that I'd have an easier time avoiding legumes (although soybean oil could be an issue) and non-gluten grain such as rice, so if I'm not able to do a good reintroduction of one or the other, it shouldn't be an issue on my trip. Another thing I've been curious about: If, after my trip, I decide I want to try to be more accurate in pinpointing sensitivities, can I go back to whole30 eating for several days and then try introducing a specific dairy product or a specific grain? Or would I have to do another Whole30 and the subsequent reintroductions? Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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