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Please Note: These documents are provided in good faith for the convenience of patients undergoing dietary investigation or treatment with Dr. Joe Fitzgibbon. They are also provided for the convenience of those who have read the relevant sections of Could it be an Allergy? and Feeling Tired all the Time. They are not exhaustive documents. Please discuss these programmes with your doctor before starting it.
Treatment Options for the Allergic Patient
A brief explanation of the different treatment options that will help you gain and maintain control over your allergies

Gut Fermentation Diet – Stage 1

Friendly bacteria are critically important for the health of our digestive and immune systems, for their detoxification and hormone-regulating capabilities, and for nutrient formation and absorption.

Gut Fermentation Diet – Stage 2

If you have noticed improvement after Gut Fermentation Stage 1, proceed to expand your diet as follows. Keep a symptom diary of foods eaten and symptoms experienced (if any). Continue to eat safe foods, avoid foods which make you ill.

Food Stage 1

Dietary Investigation for Food Intolerance stage 1 of a 4 stage programme.

Food Stage 2

Dietary Investigation for Food Intolerance stage 2 of a 4 stage programme.

Food Stage 3

Dietary Investigation for Food Intolerance stage 3 of a 4 stage programme.

Food Stage 4

Dietary Investigation for Food Intolerance stage 4 of a 4 stage programme.

Symptom Diary 1

A Diary to help you find out what food and drinks are not good for YOU.

Symptom Diary 2

A Diary to help you find out what food and drinks are not good for YOU.

Enzyme Potentiated Desensitisation (EPD)

EPD is a treatment for allergic conditions. It is administered by a small injection to the skin of the forearm. It consists of an enzyme and a mixture of allergens…

Very Mixed Diet

Most food-intolerant people are made ill by eating ‘normal’ amounts of a food. EPD works by increasing your ‘resistance’ to allergic reactions by 10 -1000 fold…

CFS Clinical Protocol

Based on The Chronic Fatigue Syndrome: A Comprehensive Approach to it’s definition and Study. Fukuda K, Straus S E, Hickie I, et al. Annals of Internal Medicine, 121; 12:953-9.

Stone Age Diet

This diet excludes many of the major food allergens in the Western diet as well as many of the chemical contaminants which are added in food processing such as preservatives, colouring agents, flavourings etc…

House Dust Mite Avoidance

It’s official! The World Health Organisation has formally declared that the humblehouse dust mite is a universal health problem!

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