"There will come a time when you believe everything is finished; that will be the beginning.”
— Louis L'Amour
During the reintroduction or food challenge, consider adding one eliminated food at a time back into your diet, every three days, and watch for a reaction. The following are a list of the previously eliminated foods.
Beef, pork and shellfish
Nightshades (bell peppers, eggplant, potatoes, tomatoes)
Peanuts (or any nuts or seeds that were eliminated)
Cultured dairy (cheese, yogurt, cottage cheese)
Re-introduce one food at a time, for one day, and avoid it for the following three days. Write down any symptoms such as gas, bloating, diarrhea, constipation, heartburn, bad breath, brain fog, headaches, achy joints, fatigue, skin rash, etc. Be aware that it may be a few days before you notice a symptom. This is the reason we suggest you wait for 3 more days before moving onto another food.
If you are sensitive to one of the foods, leave that food out of your diet for the time being. If you do not experience any symptoms, you may continue to eat that food.
Day 1: Food added – cheeses and yogurt. Some bad breath within 10 minutes of eating cheese
Day 2: no symptoms
Day 3: some constipation
Conclusion: Will leave cheese and yogurt out of diet for now and check back with doctor after reintroduction is complete.
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Make Your Next Great Decision:
Good: Make detoxing a regular part of your healthy routine
Now that you have had a chance to detoxify, you understand your body’s reactions to certain foods, and you know first-hand the benefits of clearing your system. Consider the possibility of doing a detox program regularly, perhaps two or three times a year. Your workbook is designed to be modified as you collect information and recipes. You can always follow the recipes for a detox with teas, or you can call our office and we will drop ship any of the products to your home. If you want to do a deeper liver cleanse, or target another area, please let us assist you with any of your specific detoxing needs. Remember, you may always sign up for another Detox Restart Class for a discounted rate.
Don’t forget to use the breathing, spas and exercises as a daily ritual for detox support!
Better: Keep up with an anti-inflammatory diet and lifestyle
A great way to keep up your good health is to stick with a diet that causes little or no inflammatory reactions in your body. That means that if you have a known allergy to a certain food, or your Detox Restart Reintroduction enabled you to experience reactions to the eliminated foods, then keep them out of your diet the best you can. If you consider a gluten free lifestyle, you must remember that gluten remains in your system up to several months. This means 100% Gluten Free. Not an easy decision, but it is really manageable if you remain conscientious about your food choices. Depending on where you live, there are many choices at the supermarkets and restaurants for healthy eating.
Best: Consider a one–on–one program with Debra Chance, DC.
If you decide to let us to assist you with your health care needs, we’ll work together to design a monthly program customized especially for you.
Example: Initial Test includes:
Full Panel Blood Work, Analyses and Report
Includes serum: Glucose, BUN, Creatinine, Uric Acid, Sodium, Potassium, Chloride, CO2, Calcium, Phosphorous, Magnesium, Total Protein, Albumin, Globulin, A/G Ratio, Bilirubin, Alkaline Phosphatase, GGT, LDH, SGOT, SGPT, Iron, Triglycerides, Cholesterol, HDL/LDL/VLDL, LDL/HDL Ratio, CBC/Differential, Basic Thyroid Panel (Total T4, T3 Uptake, TSH, FTI), Vitamin D, and Urinalysis
Adrenal Saliva Index and Analysis
(Includes: Cortisol profile, Circadian Rhythm, Insulin, DHEA, Gliadin AB, and Secretory IGA)
Full History and Exam
Assessment Form Evaluation
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