Your Questions Answered: Meal Frequency On Mevy Diet, Reintroducing Foods & Order Of Foods

Question: Are there any recommendations for portion sizes or meal frequency on the MEVY diet? keep it short

It’s recommended to have 3 main meals and 1-2 snacks if needed. Portions should be balanced with protein, non-starchy vegetables, and healthy fats, ensuring you’re satiated without overeating. Adjust based on individual needs and activity levels.

Question: Hope everything’s going good at your end! I’ve been on this dietary journey for a while now, trying to figure out what works best for me. Recently, I took a break from certain foods, but now I’m kinda nervous about bringing them back into my diet. Can you give me some pointers on what signs or symptoms to keep an eye out for when I reintroduce these foods? I don’t want any unpleasant surprises, you know?

When reintroducing foods, one should watch for:

  • Digestive disturbances: bloating, gas, diarrhea, constipation, or stomach cramps.
  • Skin reactions: hives, rashes, or flare-ups of pre-existing conditions like eczema.
  • Fatigue or energy drops.
  • Mood changes: irritability, depression, or anxiety.
  • Joint pain or muscle aches.
  • Respiratory symptoms: sneezing, nasal congestion, or asthma-like symptoms.
  • Headaches or migraines.
  • Changes in sleep patterns.

If any of these symptoms occur after reintroduction, it might indicate a sensitivity to that food.

Question: I’ve been tryin’ to figure out how to start eatin’ after bein’ on a restricted diet for a while now. Can ya’ll tell me if there’s a specific order or priority for reintroducin’ foods? I ain’t quite sure where to begin, and I don’t wanna mess up my progress.

Below you will find a table with order and some recommendations.

Order of Reintroduction Recommendation
1 Start with Low-Reactivity Foods: Begin with foods less likely to cause reactions such as non-starchy vegetables and low-sugar fruits.
2 Introduce One Food at a Time: Wait at least 2-3 days before introducing another food to easily identify reactions.
3 Monitor Portion Sizes: Consume small portions initially, increasing the amount over a few days if no reaction is observed.
4 Prioritize Whole, Unprocessed Foods: Prioritize whole foods before adding back processed or sugary ones.
5 Introduce Potential Allergens Last: Introduce foods like gluten, dairy, soy, and nuts last.
6 Document Responses: Maintain a food diary to note any symptoms or reactions after eating the reintroduced food.

Remember, everyone’s body is different, and what works for one person may not work for another. It’s essential to listen to your body and proceed with caution during the reintroduction phase. If a specific food causes a reaction, it may be best to avoid it for a more extended period before trying to reintroduce it again.

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