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Complete Food Chemical Elimination Diet List | What To Eat

Food chemical elimination RPAH FAILSAFE

Welcome To The Food Chemical Elimination Diet Guide!

The food chemical elimination diet guide is also available as a searchable (CTRL+F) PDF download.

This is based on the elimination phase of what is known as the RPAH Elimination Diet or The Failsafe Diet.

Just a few things to note before you move on to the guide.

  • Only eat food listed as low in food chemicals whilst on the elimination diet. Avoid foods that are moderate to high in food chemicals. Although foods that are moderate in food chemicals may not cause symptoms in less sensitive people. You may wish to see a dietitian for a more individualised approach.
  • All foods that are moderate to high in food chemicals are labelled with either an S, A OR G or a combination of 2 or more of these letters. These stand for the 3 major food chemicals that are avoided on this elimination diet. They are: S – Salicylates, A – Amines & G – Glutamate
  • Outside of diet you may also want to investigate medications, supplements, personal care products & your home environment as these may be potential triggers for your symptoms as well.
  • Some people on a food chemical elimination diet also cut out dairy, soy and/or wheat/gluten simultaneously, so these foods have been listed as their own categories.
  • Later on you will find a shopping list that is a summary of allowed foods on the food chemical elimination diet. Once again, soy, dairy and gluten/wheat based food have been listed separately for those who are simultaneously eliminating one or more of these types of foods.

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Food Chemical Elimination Diet Guide – By Food Group

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By Leah Higl

Leah is an accredited practising dietitian from Brisbane. She also competes as an under 75kg powerlifter with Valhalla Strength Brisbane. As both an athlete and dietitian, she spends much of her time developing her knowledge and skills around sports nutrition, specifically for strength-based sports. Although, she works with a range of athletes from triathletes to combat sports and powerlifting. Leah also follows a plant-based diet and her greatest passion is fuelling vegan/vegetarian athletes and proving that plant-based athletes can be just as competitive as their non-vegan counterparts.​