With the increasing incidence of food allergies, food toxins and other foodborne issues, it can be difficult to determine the causes of health problems. Many health issues can be caused by specific foods or the toxins, hormones and other contaminants that are present from how they’re propagated, grown, raised, harvested, stored or prepared. Finding the causes of these health issues often require omitting the offending foods that contain those contaminants they contain. Elimination diets provide a way to methodically omit foods from the diet until the resulting health effects or symptoms resolve themselves.
Four weekly one-hour sessions.
- Help coaches understand the types of health issues that micronutrients and food contaminants can cause.
- Provide strategies identifying the dietary habits of individuals and the types of micronutrients, contaminants and other irritants that can be found in specific foods.
- Identifying situations where an elimination diet can be effective at alleviating specific symptoms, illness or other health problems.
- Working with other professionals to optimize the learning of elimination diets.
How long can an elimination diet take to identify the offending irritant?
According to the Population Reference Bureau (PRB), caring for a spouse with dementia at the end of life is more likely to take a lasting toll on the caregiver’s personal health, mental health and cognitive functioning than caring for someone with another condition.
Do elimination diets require the participation of specialists to be effective?
It is common that a physician or other professional works in tandem to improve the efficacy of an elimination diet. There are physicians who specialize in this procedure and, often, the coach can be a valuable referral for those physicians.
ELIMINATION DIETS AND WHEN THEY CAN HELP YOUR CLIENTS
Rathna Raju, MD
Dates: Q1 2020
Time: 10-11 MST
CEU Credit: 4
Session One: Identifying health issues related to foodborne allergies, toxins and micronutrients.
Session Two: Administering food diaries to identify possible allergens, toxins and other irritants.
Session Three: The food diary process.
Session Four: Working with other healthcare professionals to treat foodborne irritants.
WHAT OTHER COSTS CAN BE EXPECTED?
WHAT DO I NEED TO PARTICIPATE?
Enthusiasm, open mind, notebook and pencil!
HOW DO I FOLLOW UP?
Once your sign up for the course you will receive an email with how to log on for the course.
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