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Have you ever dealt with heartburn, reflux, constipation, diarrhea, gas, bloating, or any combination of those kinds of irritable bowel symptoms? Do you deal with fatigue, brain fog, chronic pain (either joint or muscle pain), or sleep disturbances? Perhaps you are experiencing hormonal imbalances as you approach menopause, or, if you’re a male, maybe you are dealing with health challenges as you approach your 50s. These can all be signs that there is something out of balance in your body.
I’ve designed a three-week program to help you get to the root cause of what might be contributing to the way you’re feeling, and the plan is designed from the perspective of highlighting some of the more common foods that may be contributing to you feeling the way you’re feeling.
You may be eating those foods, not knowing that they may be contributing to the inflammatory response.
You may feel fine when you eat the foods, but you might be walking around with some of these other chronic health conditions.
There is a difference between food sensitivities and food allergies.
If you have a food allergy, you likely know it, because you may eat a food and then break out into hives or notice your throat is closing or be anaphylactic to a food. That’s very different than a food sensitivity, which is governed by a different part of your immune system. It’s a delayed hypersensitivity reaction, and that is mediated by a different part of your immune system than an immediate reaction.
This plan is designed to help provide you with a template to follow, a list of foods to include, and a list of foods to avoid. There are also guidelines of how to shop for those foods and prepare those foods from the perspective of simplicity.
There are many, many guides, books and websites available on this topic.
This particular plan is based on my many years of experience of working with many clients over the years and finding those top recommendations that work for most people, especially if you’re a busy working mom or working dad, or you’re managing a lot of different projects and activities in your life, and you don’t have a lot of time or energy or headspace to devote to designing plans or shopping or reading books or going onto websites.
This also ties in very nicely with food sensitivity testing. If you’ve had a food sensitivity test, this can be an addition to helping you to implement or integrate those recommendations from a food sensitivity test.
It’s also a standalone program that can help you just create some efficiencies and spend three weeks basically hitting the reset button on your nutrition.
So if you are looking for a guideline that will help you very efficiently start a program, work your way through the three weeks, and then if you’re ready and you’re feeling better, you can start reintroducing those foods at the end of the three weeks.
What we’re wanting to do is help you become more aware of foods that might be bothering you, but also to give you guidelines on what to focus on eating, rather than what to eliminate.
The number one reason why this plan is so unique:
It’s very easy to eliminate a big list of foods for a short period of time, but knowing what to eat and knowing what to focus on when you are eliminating certain foods, to me, is the key value, because it’s common to crave foods that we’re not eating and to not know what to replace those foods with.
This plan helps you understand what foods to avoid to help lower your inflammation, but more importantly, it shows you WHAT to eat in place of those foods you are avoiding so that you don’t feel deprived or hungry all the time!
So I encourage you to engage in this self-exploration, where you can learn more about how foods might be affecting you by not eating them and then reintroducing them.
If during this process you notice that you are feeling better, digesting better and having better energy and better focus, those are all indicators that the foods you’ve been eating may be contributing to the way you’ve been feeling.