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.

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!