Learn your triggers. You’ll be able to determine what FODMAPs you’re able to tolerate.
You may actually be able to eat more foods than you can now. You’ll gain a pretty good understanding of what you should cut out and what you can keep eating.
How do I reintroduce FODMAPs?
You can start to reintroduce FODMAPS into your diet once you are symptom free. Reintroduce one food at a time and track your symptoms. That will help you figure out which foods cause symptoms.
1Test one FODMAP group at a time 2Keep avoiding the other FODMAPs 3Test with foods that contain only that one FODMAP 4Eat a "normal" amount of the test food 5Try to test on 3 days during the week 6Use the same test food each of the 3 days, but increase amounts by half 7Track your symptoms every day during the challenge week
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