What is Elimination Diet?
Elimination diet is a test used to determine precisely the source of food allergy. This is commonly used to children since they are yet discovering one food to another. With this test, you will determine which among the foods eaten causes allergic reaction by eliminating one food or food component at a time. There are several types of elimination diet. Basic refrains eating eggs, dairy, wheat, citrus, corn and processed for seven days then added back individually for several days. Other types need fasting with only water intake, and many other variations.
0 vote(s)Elimination Diets are often prescribed by doctors to rule out food allergies. In such diets, any food which may be suspected of causing an allergy or intolerance is completely removed for a duration of 4 days to 3 weeks, until symptoms go away. The Elimination Diet depends on the severity and type of symptoms and may range from moderately to severely restrictive in the amount of foods allowed.
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