Struggling to work out what foods are triggering your symptoms?
Stumped as to why you aren’t losing weight?
Wondering why you are so tired?
Having food cravings?
Experiencing bowel issues?
The first step to getting this sorted is to keep a week’s diet diary. This makes it really easy for your health professional to assess what are your probable triggers.
Feeling tired, teary, anxious a little bit snappy?
Take this Quiz to determine if stress may be the underlying cause. It is a great idea to complete both this quiz and complete a food diary for a week before your initial consultation with Kylie.
If you have been overindulging and feeling like you are not functioning on all cylinders, then maybe it is time for a cleanse AKA Detox. Detox is not a dirty word but instead a great way to reset your energy levels, immune and hormonal system. By removing the ‘liver loaders’ from your diet you will give your body a chance to achieve optimum health.
I recommend minimising high histamine foods if you are experiencing symptoms such as: headaches, migraines, sinus, hay fever, rashes, hives and brain fog. If you are sensitive to histamines, you will know because an antihistamine will reduce your symptoms. If this is you I recommend reducing some of the foods from this list and booking an appointment so we can improve your gut health and immune system to make you less reactive. This diet is recommended only for a short period of time whilst healing your gut with the right protocol for you.
Are you concerned about your menstrual symptoms? I can help you best if I have as much detailed information about your cycle as possible. Start on your path to healthy hormones today by keeping this diary and bring it along to your next appointment.
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