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Synonyms for diet

the usual food and drink consumed by an organism (person or animal)

the act of restricting your food intake (or your intake of particular foods)

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follow a regimen or a diet, as for health reasons

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eat sparingly, for health reasons or to lose weight

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A retrospective study examined was conducted of 125 children with atopic dermatitis who were following elimination diets based on sensitization tests (IgE or SPT).
Whether it's an elimination diet or adding more probiotics to create better gut health, it's wise to know what works and what doesn't according to each person's specific symptoms.
Vegetarians are more challenged during an elimination diet.
Following an elimination diet such as the low-FODMAP diet can be difficult, however the author drew on her own personal experience with IBS and what she learned from her fans of FODMAP Life to provide crowd-pleasing recipes and several tips for diet success.
A therapeutic elimination diet should be commenced, and substitution therapy with the appropriate formula in the case of CMPA, if affordable, should be instituted.
Consider a food elimination diet - cut out common trigger foods for a time and then gradually reintroduce them to see if they cause a flare-up.
2) Dairy products: If the infant is usually fussy after breastfeeding, has eczema or other skin problems, or suffers from sleep issues, an elimination diet is a good place to start.
The elimination diet she embarked upon cleansed her system and forced her to find recipes that adhered to her new strict diet.
For milder non-IgE-mediated conditions a diagnostic elimination diet may be followed by food reintroduction at home to assess causality.
They have the most complete information about how to undertake an elimination diet and how to begin being the kind of detective a parent often has to be in these situations.
Some studies recommend for you to go on an elimination diet, in which you'll not take in foods that have gluten for at least a month, then reintroduce it.
Once the cause is identified, treatment may be as simple as a flea preventive, or it may require more detective work, such as putting the cat on an elimination diet to determine if a certain ingredient is making him itch or switching to an unscented detergent.
Instead of trying an elimination diet, I took a YorkTest (a food intolerance test) which showed I was sensitive to dairy, gluten, yeast, wheat and egg.
If that is the case, your vet will likely recommend that you try an elimination diet.
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