Sensitivities? Uncover this Eating Plan




Do you ever feel like something is off with your body but can't put your finger on it? You may have a food intolerance or sensitivity. To find out what's causing your digestive discomfort, aches, pains, or headaches, you might want to try an elimination diet.


You'll start by removing certain foods from your diet -- the foods that are well-known for causing symptoms. Then, you'll reintroduce the foods you eliminate one at a time and take note of any symptoms. The process takes about six weeks, and if you have a food sensitivity or intolerance, you'll be able to see which food is causing your body distress and avoid it.


The Way Elimination Diets Work

There are two phases to the elimination diet. The first is the elimination, where you remove the foods that could trigger the symptoms you're experiencing. You'll stop eating them for 2 to 3 weeks. These foods are commonly known as allergens, such as dairy, nuts, wheat, gluten, eggs, and seafood.


After that, you'll reintroduce the foods you eliminated. You'll take your time observing for 2 to 3 days after reintroducing each of the eliminated foods to see if any of them cause a reaction.


Common symptoms of food sensitivities and intolerances are rashes or changes in the skin, pain in the joints, headaches, fatigue, insomnia, bloating, and stomach pain or cramps. When you don't have any symptoms after reintroducing a certain food group, you can safely continue to eat it. But if you notice these symptoms, you've found your trigger food and can now work to keep it out of your diet.


How Elimination Diets Help

If you've been experiencing these symptoms of discomfort for a long time and are ready to figure out what's causing them, this is a great way to do that in the comfort of your own home.


Benefits include:


  • Your uncomfortable bloating will dissipate.

  • Your skin will look radiant and healthy.

  • You won't need coffee to give you energy in the morning.

  • You may lose weight naturally by ridding any problem foods from your diet.

  • Your menstrual discomfort may improve (and who doesn't want less pain?)


Believe it or not, food intolerances and sensitivities are more common than you think. If you uncover some intolerances or sensitivities, know that you are not alone. Knowing which foods set you off is an extreme asset, which is why choosing an elimination diet can help you find out once and for all what's going on with your body and how to restore balance.


Suppose you have tried the above recommendation and are still have issues. I work with clients to help them identify food intolerances and or sensitivities by running food-sensitive and genetic testing to pinpoint their symptom's direct cause. Then we developed a plan alongside you to help you eliminate the foods causing your issues and work on healing your bodies once and for all.


If you suspect that you need additional support, my team of experts works to resolve any underlying health issues and maximize your lifespan using a personalized system. Your goals will be my goals as we walk through your journey together towards healthy optimization. So, what are you waiting for - Spring is around the corner,


Schedule a call today; you will not regret feeling better in the future.

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