Does anyone have tips on how to start tracking food triggers?

I’ve been thinking about trying to track my food triggers but it feels daunting! Does anyone have advice on where to begin if I have no idea what my food triggers might be? I’ve identified a few beverage triggers and just avoid them outright but I’m beginning to think that my diet is playing a role as well. Any help would be appreciated!


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  • lauraav
    4 weeks ago

    Hi Susanmees. Try to assess the food you co sume that could have a direct impact on your liver/gall. The gall has a strong role in emolliating animal fats. Also spiced food mighr be a trigger as well. If you always feel nausea after a big chunk of garlic, you should try to reduce the amount of fatty/spiced foods from your diet.

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