Okay, since you only have 2 days to go, it's time to talk about REintegrating the avoid list! I find that the easiest way to do this is simply to take your favorite meals and add in your ONE item from the avoid list at some point throughout the day (add it to a shake, a meal or as a snack). REmember, each food should be 'tested' for 3 days at a time. That means the REintroduction phase can take you almost another month! TRUST ME, it's worth taking it SLOW. If and when you have a negative REaction, you'll easily be able to identify WHICH one caused it.
And hear this, while we DO recommend you 'test' the waters to discover your PERSONAL food triggers, this does not mean we advocate the consumption of these foods in your REgular diet moving forward. Most people choose to adopt an 80/20 lifestyle and for most, that works beautifully! This REintegration phase will allow you to "find" your 20%. View this phase as a 'test' period and see yourself on a mission to READ YOUR OWN BODY and discover which foods don't serve YOU, personally. Once you identify them, the smart thing to do is make peace with the fact that "x" does not agree with YOU and for the love of yourself, LET IT GO! (Nothing tastes better than healthy FEELS). Find your substitutions, make your modifications and vow to LIVE life to the FULLEST, because you now KNOW how to best fuel YOUR body!
We REally want to emphasize that if you truly want to benefit from all of the HARD WORK you've put into this program that you REintroduce each food we've eliminated ONE AT A TIME for at least 3 days EACH (That is if you even WANT to eat them again!).
What does this look like? This would mean keeping the REprogram meals going and adding in ONLY peanuts for 3 days. The next 3 days ONLY coffee, The next 3 ONLY dairy (which I highly recommend keeping out), etc, etc. With WHEAT (gluten) being the last thing you REintroduce. This is CRUCIAL as gluten can be very destructive to the GI if you have sensitivity to it and to REintroduce it first may cause you to not notice other sensitivities or allergies.