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Recovery and Food ReIntroduction

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Figured I would start a positive post. List foods you had to initially cut that after a while of healing you could reintroduce.

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These Foods made me sick and I had a intolerance to now I still limit them but no longer have to worry about seeing them on a label.

Red #40, Beets, Peas, Green Beans, Flax Seed, Tapioca, Soy, Casein, Strawberry, Sucralose/Spenda, Brussels Sprouts, Carrots, Celery, Onions, Garlic, Paprika/Bell Pepper, Okra,  and thank god only for about a few months I had a issue with chocolate.  STILL have a whole list of no nos but these are no longer things I have to worry about laying me over a toilet for hours to turning me into Mr Hyde.

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YAY for chocolate!  I would be crushed to lose chocolate!!  I am only here for my daughter and we are too new to the game to add anything yet but I am worried that once we get her sorted I will be too nervous to re-introduce any previous foods!

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For me rice became a problem for a couple years.  Grapes were a problem also.  Neither of them are a big problem now.

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I couldn't have any dairy for a couple of years while starting the gluten-free life. Reintroduced slowly and they seem to be no problem now :D

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