I agree it's trial and error. Eat one food at a time and see if you get a reaction either D or C. I have found Onions are a trigger for me as well as garlic. Some foods cause D and others cause C. It's different for everyone. Do a food log that will help you discover what does what to you. Write down what you ate and if you had a reaction. Soon you'll see a pattern and learn what you need to avoid.
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