I have a concern that eliminating food could be conterproductive.. Someone might get malnourished as a result. That is why I was wondering if anyone recovered when they had very few things left in their diet. The whole thread has been interesting for me, though. I was intolerant to some degree to most things I was eating. Rather then just eat the ones Ihat I had left, I began a rotational diet. I was puzzling which way to go, to take out every food that I had antibodies for, or the rotational diet. The rotational diet has done well. I didn't have an IgE reaction to anything, so that is why I was allowed to eat all of the foods. If a person has an allergic reaction, they would not have it in their rotation.
Any thoughts in these directions I would appreciate.
The malnourishment I suffer before my elimination diet was killing me. So eating foods that my body could actually absorb ,, even though very limited in my selection ,, saved my life .
Removing those foods I was intolerant of allowed my body to utilizes the foods it could actually absorb and allowed my body to heal so that I could eventually add some foods back into my diet