WHAT YOU LEARN AND HAVE ACCESS TO IN THE 4 DAY ROTATION GUIDE:
- What Is a 4 Day Rotation Diet
- Who Should Keep a 4 Day Rotation Diet
- How to Start a Rotation Diet
- The Ultimate Food List: 275 Foods To Consider
- 4 Day Rotation Chart Example
- 4 Day Rotation Meal Plan Example
The 10 Day Food Journal will help you better understand how what you’re consuming is effecting you. As you complete your journal in conjunction with your rotation, you’ll start to see patterns emerge which is the first step to understanding what’s going on with your body (where food is concerned).
THIS ISN’T JUST ABOUT FOOD
In addition to logging your food, you’ll be taking notes on many other areas to make sure you have a complete picture of what’s going on with your health.
Want to learn more about food journaling and its importance? Watch this episode of Chatting With The Allergy Chef. (opens in a new window)
PERFECT FOR YOUR NEXT DOCTOR’S APPOINTMENT
If you’re working with a GP or Specialist, bring your journal and rotation details with you to your next appointment. They will be able to help you notice patterns, and persistent symptoms. Your journal can also help them determine if you should schedule an appointment with another specialist.
THE FOOD JOURNAL IS KING
If you have a “pure and straight-forward simple food allergy” with obvious symptoms that present quickly, odds are, you don’t need a food journal or rotation diet (unless you’re introducing new foods).
For everyone else, it can be very difficult to go thru testing, false positives, false negatives, a food intolerance, non-traditional symptoms, autoimmune disorder, and much more.
Keeping a detailed food journal in conjunction with the rotation will help you with a major component of the diagnosis, and if you are starting treatment, you can also track progress.
THE 10 DAY FOOD JOURNAL CONTAINS:
- Daily Tracking of Consumables
- Key Questions To Direct Your Note-Taking
- Non-Consumable Tracking
- An Easy To Use Format
- Extra Blank Pages To Go Beyond 10 Days