Elimination Diets

COMING SOON…

WHEAT & DAIRY      CHALLENGE*35      VEGGIE CHALLENGE*35      VEGAN CHALLENGE*35      NON-SEED      SINGLE FOOD

Choosing one of Daka Mama’s six elimination diets is a great place to start examining how foods affect your body. After completing a 5-week elimination diet, it’s recommended you then try to follow a rotation that correlates with your body’s needs for 2-4 months to see a marked improvement in your health. A full weekly menu plan, recipes and food challenge menu plan will be included in each of these elimination diets…Coming Soon!

1. Wheat & Dairy Elimination

“I’m not feeling 100% with my health (or digestion or cravings and weight), and I would like to make some dietary changes. I only would like to eliminate a couple foods from my diet to see if this helps. A 5-week commitment works well for me. Then I can assess best what, if any, level of rotation would work for me.”

2. Challenge*35 (similar to Whole30)

“I’m committed to see some bigger health improvements and want to do a real cleanse. I’ve heard about the Paleo Whole30 program and think also adding food rotation simultaneously to my elimination diet would help me better assess how foods make my body feel.”

3. Veggie Challenge*35 (similar to Whole30)

“I’m committed to see some bigger health improvements and want to do a real cleanse. I’ve heard about the Whole30 program of eliminating grain and think a modified version including beans and pseudo-grains (quinoa, buckwheat, amaranth) would work well for me and my vegetarian based diet. I also think adding food rotation simultaneously to my elimination diet would help me better assess how foods make my body feel.”

4. Vegan Challenge*35 (similar to Whole30)

“I’m committed to see some bigger health improvements and want to do a real cleanse. I’ve heard about the Whole30 program of eliminating grain and think a modified version including beans and pseudo-grains (quinoa, buckwheat, amaranth) would work well for me and my vegan based diet. I also think adding food rotation simultaneously to my elimination diet would help me better assess how foods make my body feel.”

5. Non-Seed Elimination (similar to AIP)

“I have compromising auto-immune issues and I have tried rotating my foods without improvement. I need to reboot my immunity, strengthen my digestion and isolate more potential allergens. A strict autoimmune protocol is what I need. And I understand that I should also simultaneously seek medical advice on how to manage my health.”

6. Single Food Elimination

“I continue to have severe allergic reactions to several foods, I have tried rotating my foods without improvement. I have also tried an AIP diet for 6 months or longer and still had allergic reactions. I need to isolate more potential allergens. I will be seeking medical attention while I attempt a single food elimination diet.”