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A Crohn’s disease diet is designed for you by following a step-by-step plan that starts with the elimination of foods that all Crohn’s disease sufferers should avoid. Success is achieved by fine tuning your diet with a food allergy test that identifies foods that are promoting the inflammatory process and are important for you to not eat. With Dr. Dahlman’s phone consultation treatment plan, he will personally design your diet to maximize your chances of success.

A Crohn’s disease diet will be different for any individual based on their specific circumstances and health history. You have different genes and biochemical individuality than others do, so one diet will not work for everyone. But a diet can be designed for you by eliminating some foods common to all other Crohn’s disease patients and also by not eating foods that are specific for you based on food allergy lab testing.

This program is taught by learning what not to eat. No dairy products and no gluten containing foods begin the plan as both are pro-inflammatory foods.

Please eliminate all dairy products with the exception of butter. Please read all ingredient lists on all labels on products in your house looking for the words milk, cheese, lactose, whey and casein. It may surprise you where you will find hidden dairy and being a “dairy detective” can assure you of no mistakes with your diet.

A Crohn’s disease diet will also include the elimination of gluten containing foods. Remove all wheat, oats, barley and rye from your diet.

A more detailed discussion about how to eliminate both dairy and gluten can be found in Dr. Dahlman’s free Crohn’s/Colitis report available at the bottom of this page.

Food Allergy Testing for Crohn’s Disease

Because of your unique biochemistry and genes and that fact you have had a different life than others, it is important to create a specific diet for Crohn’s disease through a food allergy test. This will reveal the foods that are contributing to the inflammation of colitis and causing your symptoms. Learning this information solves why you cannot figure out what to eat or not eat on your own. It is Dr. Dahlman’s belief that no Crohn’s disease patient can get well without identifying their food allergies.

By avoiding dairy, gluten and the foods found positive on your food allergy test, this means all other foods are considered safe to eat…for now.

If you continue to have symptoms even though you follow the above advice and are using the all natural supplements Dr. Dahlman recommends, the elimination of fructose may be necessary.

Many doctors are finding increased numbers of patients with Crohn’s disease who are having trouble with fructose containing foods. Fructose is found in all fruit, peas, tomatoes, onions, eggplant, sweet potatoes, corn, beets, carrots, turnips, parsnips and winter squash. Additionally, all type of sugar must also be avoided (table sugar, sucrose, honey, maple syrup, molasses, agave, cane sugar).

Once again, more detail can be found in Dr. Dahlman’s free Crohn’s/Colitis report available for download at the bottom of this article.

A planned step-by-step process of elimination of the above foods while using all-natural supplements to re-establish beneficial bacterial balances and restore proper chemistry while also using natural anti-inflammatory herbs make up the main parts of Dr. Dahlman’s diet for Crohn’s disease treatment. (Please understand not everyone needs to eliminate all of the foods and their elimination may or may not be permanent.)

Dr. Dahlman will personally design the exact diet for you that is necessary to treat this condition. Don’t suffer!*

Please fill out the form below to receive a copy of Dr. Dahlman’s free report on how you can conquer Crohn’s disease with his all natural treatment utilizing his step-by-step process, temporary dietary eliminations and an all natural supplement program.*

To find the costs of his program, please click here: “Do It Yourself Program” and solve Crohn’s disease on your own or “Phone Consultation Program” to learn about how he can guide you through the step-by-step process to help you conquer this condition.*

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