Our expert says:
If you cut out all milk, cheese, eggs, meat and fish plus all carbohydrates then all that is left to eat are fruit, vegetables, nuts and legumes (dry cooked or canned beans, peas, lentils or soya). However with your tendency to develop bloating legumes may also cause winds, so you would have to experiment to see if you can tolerate them. Having just fruit, vegetables and nuts for 2 days a week should not affect your nutrient intake (e.g. protein, etc), so have fresh fruit for breakfast, and cooked vegetables and salads for your other meals. Nibble some nuts when you feel hungry if you don't react to nuts with bloating.
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