Moluv's IBS Protocol Long Haul


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Thanks for your support and perceptions Moluv. I like the way you look at eliminations. And you are right, it was very helpful for me to exclude nuts and coconut even for a week and for once clearly see the effect of a small to moderate amount on me. I am much less likely to indulge in the future now

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Wow, so many people starting the AIP! I've been following it more or less for the last 90 days (except for that two-week period where my testing of foods brought on a chocolate bender). After scrutinizing my log, I'm pretty sure that the guilty party was either eggs or coconut at the time. Anyway, after 3 months of eliminating the AIP foods, I've been able to successfully re-introduce almond butter these last 4-5 days. So, the AIP really can help as far as gut recovery and being able to eat things again. I've been doing different elimination diets for 2 years, and it's the first one where I've been able to successfully re-intro a food. I'm taking it VERY slowly (intro-ing one type of nut at a time and in ground-up forms first), but so far, so good. :) Good luck!!

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Thanks so much for all the support, encouragement and information today! I'm ecstatic about the progress I've made on the W30 and W30IBSP so far and about the progress I am about to make following the AIP. Since I am starting a new protocol, I am going to start a new food log chronicling that (hopefully with a little less melodramatic prose and more photos of meals)

http://forum.whole9life.com/topic/8478-moluvs-aip/

and you can check out my instagram feed here:

http://instagram.com/moluvandheart

and add the #pleasurebelly tag to any of your photos that are strictly AIP approved :)

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Wow, so many people starting the AIP! I've been following it more or less for the last 90 days (except for that two-week period where my testing of foods brought on a chocolate bender). After scrutinizing my log, I'm pretty sure that the guilty party was either eggs or coconut at the time. Anyway, after 3 months of eliminating the AIP foods, I've been able to successfully re-introduce almond butter these last 4-5 days. So, the AIP really can help as far as gut recovery and being able to eat things again. I've been doing different elimination diets for 2 years, and it's the first one where I've been able to successfully re-intro a food. I'm taking it VERY slowly (intro-ing one type of nut at a time and in ground-up forms first), but so far, so good. :) Good luck!!

It is so wonderful to hear that the restriction phase really is worth it! That makes it all worth it Mary-T!!! Thanks for sharing and I hope you will check in from time to time on my AIP log.

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