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MOST meals can be made to fit any of these dietary guidelines upon request

 

Whole 30 - (W30)
Paleo - (P)
Grain-free (GRF)
Gluten-free (GF)

Dairy-free - (DF)
Oil-free - (OF)
Kanodia MD Phase 1 - (K1)
Kanodia MD Phase 2 - (K2)

 

 

How we define the above diets: 

If a meal is marked Paleo, you have our word that it will be 100% Paleo - and that goes for all the above categories. Plead read our definition of your diet below, just to make sure we are on the same page with what you are and are not eating.

 

Whole 30

Foods that will be omitted:

  • Sweeteners (including maple syrup, honey and coconut sugar)

  • Alcohol (including cooking alcohol)
  • Grains (wheat, oats, corn, rice, quinoa, sprouted grains, any bran/germ/starch, etc)
  • Legumes (all beans, chickpeas, lentils, peanuts, peanut butter, all soy including Tamari)
  • Dairy (cow, goat or sheep's milk/cheese, butter - with the exception of ghee)
  • Carrageenan
  • MSG
  • Sulfites

Not familiar with Whole 30?
Whole 30 is a program that you follow for 30 days (unless your a Whole Lifer) where you stop consuming foods that are known to harm and "upset" your body (cause inflammation, etc) and only eat real, whole foods. Click the button below to learn more!

 

Gluten-free

Foods that will be omitted:

  • Wheat and wheat germ

  • Rye, barley and burgur
  • Couscous
  • Farina, garham flour and kamut matzo
  • Semolina, spelt and triticale
  • Natural flavoring 

Gluten-free oats may be used. 

Click the link to read why people choose to go gluten-free!

 

Dairy-free

Foods that will be omitted:

  • All cheese
  • All animal milk (cow's, sheep's, goat's)
  • Butter and ghee
  • Sour cream
  • Yogurt

Why do people go dairy-free? Click the link to learn more.

 

Kanodia MD patients:

If you do not already have copies of the Phase 1 and Phase 2
approved foods list, contact Lauren Arnett at nutrition@kanodiamd.com. We may already have your personal sensitivities on file and will reference them when preparing your meals.

Who is Dr. Kanodia?

Paleo

Foods that will be omitted:

    • Refined Sweeteners (sugar, agave, etc. Maple syrup, honey and coconut sugar are OK!)
    • Grains (wheat, oats, corn, rice, quinoa, sprouted grains, any bran/germ/starch, etc)
    • Legumes (all beans, chickpeas, lentils, peanuts, peanut butter, all soy including Tamari)
    • Dairy (cow, goat or sheep's milk/cheese. Butter is OK!)
    • Processed meats (salami, pepperoni, sausage, etc)
    • Processed foods (virtually any food that doesn't look exactly like it did when it was growing out of the ground or as part of an animal.. soda, beer and energy drinks included.)
    • Refined oils (Oils that are OK include: olive, walnut, flaxseed, macadamia, avocado and coconut- any others will NOT be used)
    • Apple, Cranberry, Grape, Mango and Orange juices
    • White potatoes (russet, red, golden potatoes and the like)

    Not familiar with Paleo?
    Paleo is a set of dietary guidelines that emphasises primal foods and cuts out "unnatural" (in the truest sense) foods. While on the Paleo diet or following the guidelines as a lifestyle, you stay away from foods that are known to harm or "upset" your bodies natural processes, similar to the Whole 30 guidelines. Click the button below to find out more! 

     

    Grain-free

    Foods that will be omitted:

    • Wheat and sprouted grains
    • Oats
    • Rice
    • Gluten-free pseudo-grains (quinoa, chia, and flax)
    • Rye, barley, millet, bulgar, sorghum, amaranth, buckwheat, etc.

    Click the link to read why people choose to go grain-free!

     

    Oil-free

    Foods that will be omitted:

    • All vegetable oils including coconut, canola, palm, and olive oils
    • Sesame seed oil
    • Walnut oil

    Why go oil-free? Click the link to learn more.

     

    Disclaimer: 

    Food by Bel does not suggest or recommend any specific diet(s), or necessarily agree with all information referenced. We DO support our clients and the decisions they make about their diet with their dietitian, nutritionist, or other healthcare professional, and we seek to enable them in walking out those decisions. Before making the choice to follow any set of dietary guidelines, we strongly suggest consulting a qualified health and wellness professional whom you trust.