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I’d personally stay away from fruit until you are basically symptom free; for me this was at the 10 month mark of the diet. The only fruit I found to be a benefit while on the diet was blueberries which is anti-inflammatory and they have other health properties. 15 blueberries is about 8g of sugar. If this is your only bad food item, I think you would be doing fine. But combined with some beef, pork, and nuts…I am unsure how well you would heal.
Another knock on fruits is how fresh they are; if they are grown locally and were picked rather soon before you eat them…this would be way better than having 1-2 week old fruit that was shipped across the world to your local supermarket.
I would try your best to go organic if possible; there are farms on the internet that sell organic meat way cheaper than the supermarket that can ship to your home. Sausage is relatively cheap and is one of those items I eat a lot on the diet.