Just how much salicylates, amines, glutamates and flavours need to be reduced in the elimination diet is still controversial.
Summaries of the research and how to apply it are provided for each of the suspect chemicals with the following headings:
What are the important exclusions,
How can taste help detect suspect foods,
Why should these chemicals be excluded during the diet trial,
Why do they need revision in 2014?
How did the early analysis help,
Why is there variation in the chemical content,
Does the amount of chemicals correspond with taste and smell,
Where have the analysis differed from what families investigating diet have found?
A story of how each group of chemicals is important.
A useful reference.
Are You Food Sensitive? explains how to manage diet investigation using the least restrictive low chemical diet but one that will still get good results. It provides easy-to-read information from over 20 years of research with food sensitive patients collated to provide the Diet Detective Method. It provides the story of the research, just who is likely to respond, what might change and how much change to expect, how long it takes, what suspect chemicals to consider, the role of family factors, individualising the diet, managing cooking, commercial foods and eating out, both high and low risk challenges, managing babies, a risk rating glossary of foods, and information on limiting dairy and wheat to avoid complete exclusion.
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