I suspect that certain foods may be playing a significant role in driving some of my symptoms. Given that potentially you can be intolerant to almost any food, what would be a sensible way of approaching the elimination diet. My diet mostly consists of lentils (green and red), rice, chicken, salmon, sweet potatoes, potatoes. I also eat snacks in moderation containing milk, wheat or soy. Reading up on google there appears to be so many elimination diets with varying degrees of foods allowed and also the length of the diet. My questions are: Do you have to eliminate most or all potential food intolerances at the same time for the testing to work? Also is it better to test certain foods longer than others, e.g. introduce milk after 3 weeks but gluten after 6 weeks? I also have a fast metabolism so if I were to eliminate potatoes or rice, I would possibly lose too much weight. I would appreciate any tips and suggestions from people who may have tried an elimination diet.