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Finding "triggers": How long does it take?

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I am testing dairy and potatoes. How long would you expect a body to take in reacting negatively? I had the dairy yesterday at noon. I'm looking for any problems with swelling or pain in my hands (early stages of osteoarthritis, I'm 43.) Also--are any triggers "accumulative"? One day of dairy = OK but two or more could create the problem?

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Oy! No I didn't. Just when I thought I had a grasp of Paleo/Primal concepts. thank you!

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Did you eliminate them for multiple weeks? If so, reintroduction generally will cause negative results in short order if problematic. Read up on a proper approach to an elimination diet: http://www.precisionnutrition.com/elimination-diet

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Oy! No I didn't. Just when I thought I had a grasp of Paleo/Primal concepts. thank you!

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I heard it's generally a 72 hour mark. Have a little in the morning and then a full serving in the afternoon and track all symptoms for 3 days after. Only test one food at a time

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