A Breakdown of Specialized Diets

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Tuesday, October 22, 2019

Many Patients come to me with questions on different diets to help with their digestion. Diets can be so confusing and hard to comply with since there are typically so many rules to follow. I came across a PDF with the Specialized Diets broken down and grouped in such an easy way to understand. If you are looking to improve your digestion and overall health take a look at these diets and see what might be a good fit for you and your current health needs.

What Diet Should I Chose?
The Comprehensive Elimination Diet is used to determine foods that trigger sensitivities in the body. It is also used to help reduce inflammation. To learn more about the Elimination Diet click the link below.
Gluten Free/Casein Free Diet is important to be followed by those who have determined they are celiac but the GF/CF diet is also know to help those who are on the autism spectrum. To learn more about the GF/CF diet click the link below.
The Specific Carbohydrate Diet (GF/CF Diet) is a grain free, low sugar and lactose diet that is used to treat Crohn's Disease, Celiac Disorder, as well as reduce inflammation in the body. To learn more about the Specific Carbohydrate Diet click the link below.
Gut and Psychology Syndrome Diet (GAPS Diet) was created with the idea that a leaky gut and poor nutrition are the reason for many psychological, neurological, and behavioral issues. For more information on the GAPS Diet click the link below.
Anti-Fungal Diet (also known as The Candida Diet) is used to rid the body of candida (the most common fungus in the human body) by excluding sugar, gluten, alcohol, certain dairy products and harmful additives while encouraging low-sugar fruits, non-starchy vegetables and gluten-free foods. To learn more about the Anti-Fungal Diet click the link below. 
The FODMAP Diet is used to treat IBS and help reduce the digestive symptoms that come with IBS. There are 3 stages you follow through the diet. the first step is restriction, then reintroduction and lastly personalization. For more information about the FODMAP diet click the link below. 
The Restoration Diet is a four week gut bacteria restoration program. For more information on the restoration diet click the link below. 



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