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SelfHacked Elimination Diet Course 

This program is for you if:

  • You struggle with autoimmunity or troublesome symptoms
  • You suspect food may be a factor causing your health problems but are struggling to pinpoint the foods
  • You are ready, willing, and able to implement this diet
  • You are seeking community and accountability support for your implementation
  • You are down for making other changes in your health, such as reducing stress and sleeping better, in order to get healthy

Studies have shown that elimination diets can help with*: 

  • Skin problems like eczema, psoriasis, and acne
  • Autoimmune diseases like rheumatoid arthritis and Hashimoto’s
  • Digestive problems including IBS and IBD
  • Histamine intolerance
  • Multiple sclerosis 
  • ADHD
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Personally, I find that eliminating the foods I am sensitive to has been the most powerful way to:

  • Eliminating brain fog and fatigue
  • Improving cognitive function
  • Eliminating anxiety, depression, and OCD symptoms
  • Improving digestive health

in ways that cannot be addressed by supplements, lifestyle changes, or other hacks.

  • People who are on a plant-based diet and are not willing to include animal products
  • People who are not ready, willing, or able to follow an elimination diet protocol
  • People who have already implemented an elimination diet and figured out which foods they are sensitive to
  • People who keep following diet after diet, and mix and match different diets together
  • People who cannot tolerate more than a few foods
  • People whose only goals are weight loss or body composition changes

This program is NOT for:

*References:

1 Donnellan, C. F., Yann, L. H. and Lal, S. (2013) Nutritional management of Crohn’s disease. Therap. Adv. Gastroenterol. 6, 231–242.

2 Katta, R. and Schlichte, M. (2014) Diet and dermatitis: Food triggers. J. Clin. Aesthet. Dermatol. 7, 30–36.

3 Darlington, L. G., Ramsey, N. W. and Mansfield, J. R. (1986) Placebo-controlled, blind study of dietary manipulation therapy in rheumatoid arthritis. Lancet.

4 Bisht, B., Darling, W. G., Grossmann, R. E., Shivapour, E. T., Lutgendorf, S. K., Snetselaar, L. G., Hall, M. J., Zimmerman, M. B. and Wahls, T. L. (2014) A Multimodal Intervention for Patients with Secondary Progressive Multiple Sclerosis: Feasibility and Effect on Fatigue. J. Altern. Complement. Med. 20, 347–355.

5 Ch’ng, C. L., Jones, M. K. and Kingham, J. G. C. (2007) Celiac Disease and Autoimmune Thyroid Disease. Clin. Med. Res. 5, 184–192.

6 Drisko, J., Bischoff, B., Hall, M. and McCallum, R. (2006) Treating Irritable Bowel Syndrome with a Food Elimination Diet Followed by Food Challenge and Probiotics. J. Am. Coll. Nutr.

7 Joel T. Nigg, PhDa, and Kathleen Holton, PhD, Mph. (2014) Restriction and Elimination Diets in ADHD Treatment 23, 937–953.

8 Ly, V., Bottelier, M., Hoekstra, P. J., Arias Vasquez, A., Buitelaar, J. K. and Rommelse, N. N. (2017) Elimination diets’ efficacy and mechanisms in attention deficit hyperactivity disorder and autism spectrum disorder. Eur. Child Adolesc. Psychiatry, Springer Berlin Heidelberg 26, 1–13.

Here's What You Will Get:

  • 17 video lessons on the science behind food sensitivities and the best way to identify your food sensitivities using our proven elimination diet protocol
  • Lifetime membership access to the online course
  • Recommended supplement lists for phases 1 - 4
  • 10 downloadable recipes
  • Access to a private online Facebook community moderated by SelfHacked consultants where you will be able to connect with other members who are going through the same program
  • SelfHacked elimination diet journal
  • Food substance sensitivity worksheet to help you identify substances in foods that you are likely reacting to

Bonuses: we will be adding new recipes and video lessons to the program, if appropriate. With lifetime access you get the benefit of all future content additions.

Testimonials

After years of nutrition research, I came across Joe’s site. The depth of knowledge here, as well as scientific verification, was something I hadn’t seen anywhere else. I booked a consult with Joe and found it extremely useful. Through my conversation with Joe, I realized I needed to address my gut health immediately and Joe gave me a great diet and supplementation routine for addressing these issues. I would highly recommend Joe as an expert on gut health issues, bio hacking, brain fog and insulin resistance among other things.

JR,
Revolutionarylifestyledesigns.com


I was sticking as best I could to the diet / avoiding what foods I could, and also taking the supplements you recommended for the month before I went out there and I felt 10X better with my clarity and energy by the time I made it there, so I was very relieved to find a way to get such improvement. 

Adam, Financial Analyst


I’ve been on the lectin avoidance diet (LAD) strictly for 40 days & have seen some great gains: gut stabilized, psoriasis fading. Also, energy improved (with help from resveratrol) – tho not enough yet.

My carb cravings diminished by about 85%, and my nerves were much steadier than before. An inflamed knee went down, and my reactions to histamine foods became less. I felt more socially fluid. My eyesight became sharper, & my eye blurriness (allergic I think) improved a lot.

By the way, a friend who developed a serious thyroid disorder saw a 75% turnaround in a week when I suggested the diet.

~John MacGregor, 
Journalist and Editor


I have been avoiding lectins for about 8 months now.

I would say that I noticed some effects of eating "clean" right away but it took me several weeks (~4 - 6) to start to feel the overall difference: a plateau of markedly less inflammation, more brain clarity. I would say the difference is subtle yet profound…. it is a diet designed for highly sensitive people, and some people will not be sensitive or perceptive enough to notice the reactions. ...

I found out the foods I personally react to experimenting. Consider the elimination diet. For me, I found certain foods are disastrous (wheat, dairy, alcohol), some foods are problematic (quinoa, beans, lentils, corn), some are moderately irritating (rice and potatoes), and some are slight but barely problematic (conventional grain-fed beef) enough not to be a major issue.

The Lectin avoidance diet is not about commandments, but about guidelines pointing out common "food culprits" to help you experiment and find out what works for you.

~Sherpa on Phoenix Rising

 

 

 

 

 

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