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Functional Nutrition

Here are several Functional Medicine Nutritional Food Plans.

Depending on the health issues and test results, choose which plan works best for your client. It may be a combination of several plans and you and your client can partner together to create the optimal food plan that they will be compliant with on their wellness journey to optimal health.


Functional Medicine Prescription & Lifestyle Plan Client Chart

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Food Plans To Choose for Your Client

Core Plan

The “core” food plan (CFP) lays the foundations for eating well that will carry an individual throughout life.The CFP uses the basic principles of “food as medicine” to support an individual’s health goals and improve his or her relationship with food.

Elimination Diet Plan

Symptoms and conditions that have failed to respond to conventional medical therapy may resolve when a person follows the Elimination Diet. Specific foods or foods eaten frequently may be related to a long list of health conditions, including digestive problems, headaches, chronic sinus drainage, low energy, depression, mood swings, eczema, skin irritations, joint aches, asthma, weight gain, and others. People may suffer from these symptoms for long periods of time without realizing that they can be connected to the foods they are eating.

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    21-Day Elimination Diet Food List

    The Elimination Diet involves removing specific foods or food groups believed to cause allergies or sensitivities for a period of 21 days. After 21 days, these foods are gradually reintroduced to identify any reactions.

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    Food Reintroduction – Symptoms Tracker

    Reintroduce only one new food at a time. Eat it 2-3 times in the same day, stop eating it, then wait 48 hours to see if you have a reaction. Assess your response over that time, keeping track of your symptoms below.

Cardio-Metabolic Food Plan

The Cardiometabolic Food Plan is designed to give a snapshot of the foods that people should choose from every day.

The Cardiometabolic Food Plan is designed for the following individuals:
with risk factors for cardiovascular disease (CVD), with risk factors for dysfunctional metabolic conditions such as metabolic syndrome, type 2 diabetes (T2D), or both, with CVD (e.g., high blood pressure, high cholesterol, and elevated blood fats), with metabolic syndrome (e.g., high blood sugar, increased belly fat) and/or those with T2D.

Mito (mitochondria) Food Plan

The Mito Food Plan may be described as an anti-inflammatory, low-glycemic, gluten-free, low-grain, high-quality- fats approach to eating.The plan focuses on supporting healthy mitochondria through the use of therapeutic foods that improve energy production.

ReNew Food Plan

The ReNew Food Plan is a therapeutic, short-term approach followed for a specific amount of time, often used as a first step in:Ridding the body of the most common foods that cause inflammation, Identifying food allergies, sensitivities, intolerances, and triggers, Eliminating foods with potentially addictive and harmful components and Providing nutritional support for the body’s detoxification systems.


The Phytonutrient Food Plan is based around the natural compounds called phytonutrients or phytochemicals, which are components of plants that are powerful defenders of health. Studies show that people who eat more plant foods have reduced risk of chronic diseases such as diabetes, heart disease, and cancer.

Phytonutrients (phyto = plant) refers to the several thousands of different, healthful, non-nutritive compounds in plants.

Anti-Candida Diet Plan

Detox Food Plan

Microbiome Diet Plan

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    Microbiome Diet Plan: Good Health Starts in the Gut

    Microbiome Diet Guide about foods that support a balanced microbiome.
    Nourishing yourself with nutrient-rich foods will provide the complex combination of vitamins, minerals, antioxidants, and fiber needed to protect your body, feed your microbiome, and promote optimal health.

Gluten Free Plan

Low-FODMAP Food Plan

Specific Carbohydrate Diet Food Plan

Common Food Triggers

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