Almost anything could potentially be triggering.
Log your flareups into a notebook along with whatever you ate before. Then make yourself wait until the same food or food type shows up many times in your notebook before getting your imagination and logic on the case of any particular food.
Such a joint trouble notebook, with dates and all, might contain information useful to a doctor if your symptoms don’t end up going go away. Or you could use it yourself to see if your flareups are getting less frequent over time.
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