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Elimination Diet

The Elimination Diet helps uncover what food(s) may be the culprits in adverse food reactions, whether they are true allergies, intolerances, or sensitivities. Often, symptoms that have failed to respond to conventional medical therapy will resolve by following an elimination diet. After the initial period of eliminating foods, many chronic symptoms should improve or disappear. Many people with food sensitivities do not even realize how awful they feel until the “trigger” foods are removed from the diet. Then, through a guided reintroduction process, individuals can become more aware of trigger foods and the kinds of symptoms they experience when exposed to those foods.


The Elimination Diet is designed for the following individuals:

  • Those with Non-specific Gastrointestinal

  • Those with Irritable Bowel Syndrome

  • Those with Intestinal Permeability

  • Those with Immune and Inflammation issues

  • Those with Auto-immune Diseases

  • Those with Asthma

  • Those with Atopy and Skin Inflammation

  • Those with Myalgias and Arthralgias Mood Disorders

  • Those with Depression

ReNew Food Plan

The ReNew Food Plan is a nutritional pathway to health for those who have autoimmune, gastrointestinal, neurological, and other chronic health conditions. An extension of the Elimination Diet, this plan is designed as a “whole systems reboot” to set an individual on a renewed path to wellness. It helps support healing by removing common food triggers that are contributing to metabolic dysfunction, while providing the essential nutrients that are needed for health and vitality. On the ReNew Food Plan, health is supported through the elimination of sugar, dairy, grains (both gluten-containing and gluten-free), alcohol, caffeine, and other processed foods that may contain heavy metals, genetically modified organisms (GMOs), and artificial sweeteners, as well as foods that are high in pro-inflammatory saturated animal fats.

The ReNew Food Plan is designed for the following individuals:

  • Those with IBS

  • Those with Intestinal Permeability

  • Those with Dysbiosis, Autoimmune Condition (Ex: Rheumatoid Arthritis, Scleroderma)

  • Those with allergies

  • Those with adverse food reactions

  • Those with increased IgG or IgE food reactions

  • Those with Asthma

  • Those with Atopy and Skin Inflammation

  • Those with Myalgias and Arthralgia (muscle and joint pains)

  • Those with Fatigue

  • Those with a history of recurrent infections and long-term antibiotic use

  • Those with recurrent use of acid blockers

  • Those with Elevated CRP, ESR, Fibrinogen, Auto-antibodies on lab testing

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