What the heck do you find to eat on a Total Elimination Diet? I have a feeling I’ll be losing a lot of weight over the next week. Many people do ok with turkey patties like plain Jennie-o frozen ones, white potatoes, olive oil and salt. I also put dill on mine because I just couldn’t stand them plain. Then pick one unlikely to be allergenic veggie. I chose broccoli, and also plain lettuce with balsamic vinegar. Had to have some fiber to counterract all those potatoes!! I also ate rice milk and Erewhon organic rice cereal with some regular cane sugar.
Your complete resource for infant reflux information. Providing the information and support you need to manage your infant’s reflux. So my TED journey now. Like most I was in desperation mode. I started off by cutting out dairy because I remembered my sister saying that dairy made my nephew fussy. We had some improvements, but not major. So I did some quick research which said to cut out soy as well.
For the first two weeks on the elimination diet, eat only range-fed turkey and lamb, baked or boiled potatoes and sweet potatoes with salt and pepper only, rice and millet as your only grain, cooked green and yellow squash for your vegetable, and for fruit, pears, and diluted pear juice. I ate a lot of foods I had never tried before like quinoa. Daily Totals: 1, calories, 53 g protein, g carbohydrate, 47 g fiber, 73 g fat, 1, mg sodium. Grapes were another good to get in because then I could drink grape juice and eat raisins! This diet is very hard, very emotional, and very lonely. Here is the variation we find helps mothers get the quickest, surest relief for their hurting babies.