Adverse Food Reactions, Virtual Nutrition Services, What to Eat for SIBO

An adverse food reaction is a broad term indicating a link between an ingestion of a food and an abnormal response, according to the American Academy of Allergy, Asthma & Immunology. These reactions may manifest as IgE-mediated food allergy, food sensitivity, and/or food intolerance.  Adverse food reactions impact ~20-30% of the population. The symptoms vary for each individual, but may include migraines/headaches, irregular bowel movements, acid reflux, arthritis, pain and fatigue, brain fog, skin rashes and more. Let’s bring relief to your symptoms just by modifying the foods you eat.


As a Registered Dietitian Nutritionist, I’ll help you to:

  1. Identify problematic foods/chemicals through the use of testing, past medical/family history, and a thorough review of your food & symptom diary. To learn more about the testing, click here
  2. Create an individualized elimination diet to support your specific health needs. This includes meal/snack recommendations, recipe/product suggestions, and a grocery shop list.
  3. Successfully complete the diet plan through support, education, guidance and resources throughout the entire process.
  4. Design a healthy and balanced maintenance diet plan to prevent issues developing in the future!