Approximately 2 months ago I decided to stop being "semi-paleo" and was finally ready to make it a permanent change in my life; so I did a Whole30, felt great and haven't looked back since... with 1 exception - frequent bad gas. At first, on the W30, I thought it was just bad gut flora, and part of my insides healing from years of back and forth healthy and unhealthy eating, but now I'm starting to wonder if I'm intolerant to certain things.
To further complicate things, I'm currently trying to gain mass cleanly with above average meat, fat and carb (on lifting days) consumption, and the inclusion of eeeevil processed protein powders.
The good news is that I'm at least sticking to egg protein (still processed) that has about 6 ingredients and no lactose or gluten. I'd say on an average lifting day I'm putting down between 3500-4200 calories, with off-days sitting between 2500-3000. I only include this last bit of information to better provide an approximate mental picture of my macro-nutrient profile.
Now, to the question! I am still 90-95% Paleo compliant (overlooking the prot. powder), having removed all legumes, dairy, gluten, sugars, processed foods, etc. from my diet, so where should I start when it comes to finding the gas-causing culprit? Nightshades? Nuts? Eggs? If I do too many, then I feel too restricted when looking up amazing new Paleo recipes to make and subsequently devour. :D And no, that's not to mean I eat quickly or interrupt digestion with lots of liquids during meals, haha.