Elimination diets can be tough. Children on these diets typically test positive to multiple foods or may be following the 6-food elimination diet with additional foods that were positive from allergy testing. These types of diets are considered severely restricted diets because of the amount of foods that are eliminated from the patient’s diet.
Children following a severly restricted diet are provided detailed information by our dietitian on what they can and cannot eat. To help families better understand what is allowed on the diet and plan their child’s meals, we have developed the meal guides below. These guides are not meant to replace information provided by the child’s EoE specialist or dietitian. Children should avoid foods in the plans that they have been told are off limits.