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does anyone know the actual methhods of the elimination diet?

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Dr. Glen Elliott
43 years experience Child Psychiatry
Look on the web: Lots of material on the web, and multiple books. Just one site--not one with which I have any relation--is http://www.Precisionnutrition.Com/elimination-diet. You also can find doctors or nutritionists who specialize in this, if you want to step-by-step help. Basically, it entails stripping away as many foods as possible that might cause trouble, them slowly reintroduce them one by one.
Answered on Sep 30, 2019

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