Any food that does cause a reaction needs to be kept out of your diet and placed on your “foods to avoid list”. If a food passes your test successfully you can place it on your “foods you can eat” list.
For best results take each step slowly; reintroduce foods slowly, perhaps one food per meal and if possible one food per day.
A variation of the lamb and pears food allergy diet allows you to eat turkey and peaches, or rabbit and raspberries.
Important note! A two food diet is very restrictive and should never be followed without close supervision or for an extended period of time. Severe exclusion diets can compromise your nutritional well-being so pregnant women, children, diabetics, epileptics, anyone with emotional disturbances or anyone with a serious illness should seek professional advice before embarking on any type of food allergy treatment or exclusion diet.