Trigger Foods 2017-10-03T09:55:33+00:00

Trigger Foods

OK, ready to take a new look at what might be taking your sexy, active, sweet body down the road of cravings, extra weight, and mood swings like you haven’t experienced since you were an acne-faced, awe struck Beatles fan? Let’s get ready to make some pantry conversions. Take a few days and embark on a “search and destroy” mission for everything that no longer serves you. The following is a list of foods that often trigger allergies, autoimmune issues, and tear up your little gut. (Even if you don’t have symptoms of bloating, constipation, diarrhea, or reflux).

This is where your adventure to getting your life back begins. Don’t feel overwhelmed. Reach out to us for support by email or call our office at 858-284-9501 for a consultation. We are here for you.


Amaranth, barley, bulgur, corn, couscous, kamut, millet, oats, wheat, and wheat germ


Including often over-looked Foods including barbecue sauce, brewer’s yeast, cold cuts, ketchup mustard, hot dogs, soy sauce, lunch meats, malt, and malt flavorings, matzo, modified food starch, monosodium glutatamate (MSG), nondairy creamers, processed salad dressings, spice mixtures, teriyaki sauce, and chewing gums


Agave, chocolate, corn syrup, fructose, high fructose corn syrup, honey, maple syrup, molasses, and sucrose

Nuts and Seeds

Almonds, peanuts, sunflower seeds, and sesame seeds

High Glycemic Fruits

Bananas, canned fruits, dried fruits, mango, pineapple, raisins, and watermelon.

Dairy Products and Eggs

Including butter, cheeses, cow’s milk, whey, and yogurt


Edamame, miso, soy milk, soy protein, soy sauce, tempeh, and tofu


Edible fungi and mushrooms


Beans and Legumes

Including black beans, lentils, peanuts, pinto beans, and soy beans

Nightshade Foods

Eggplant, paprika, peppers, potatoes, Tabasco Sauce, tomatillos, and tomatoes

Other Considerations

Canned foods, coffee, and processed foods