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At healthEVO, providing you with quality nutrition information is our number one priority. It is for this reason that we have gone above and beyond, not just catering to your health wants, but also to your health needs. If you are living with one of the chronic illnesses or conditions below, we are here to provide you with a medical based nutrition solution. Each condition listed below has a specific macronutrient breakdown that has been scientifically proven to assist in alleviating the condition and/or its subsequent side effects and symptoms.

At healthEVO, we believe that nutrition should be used as a combative tool against chronic illness. It is our mission to help you not only reach your personal health goals, but to do so in a way that is scientifically proven and safe!

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Below is a list of the illnesses/conditions that we can help combat here at healthEVO, along with a simple breakdown of the purpose of the nutrition plan and what the corresponding plan will include.

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This button will redirect you to our “Nutrition Solutions” tab where you can purchase your healthEVO subscription. Please fill out all of the required information to complete your subscription. At the end, you will be given the option to select your desired meal plan based on your macronutrient calculations. It is at this point that you will be able to select your corresponding illness/condition that will be applied to your customized nutrition plan.

DISCLAIMER: These nutrition templates have been approved by a board of registered dietitians and physicians. However, it is important that you check with your primary healthcare provider before beginning any type of nutrition or fitness regimen. healthEVO, LLC cannot diagnose any type of medical illness/condition or treat any of the below conditions. If you have not been diagnosed with any of the below conditions, please speak with your primary healthcare provider before subscribing to any healthEVO Medical Solution. If you have more than one of the conditions listed below, please speak with your primary healthcare provider to help you decide which plan will be most beneficial for you and your needs.

ILLNESSES & CONDITIONS

Alzheimer’s

The Alzheimer’s meal plan was developed for individuals diagnosed with or at risk of developing Alzheimer’s. Research has found a correlation between improved brain function and diets rich in anti-inflammatory food, omega-3 fatty acids and brightly colored fruit and vegetables. The Alzheimer’s meal plan incorporates coconut oil, avocado, nuts and fatty fish as well as multiple daily servings of fruit and vegetables.

Anemia

The Anemia meal plan is rich in foods that are higher in iron such as red meat, fish, poultry, legumes and leafy greens. Animal products rich in iron (heme) tend to be better absorbed. Pairing iron rich plant based food (non heme) with food high in vitamin C may improve iron absorption.

Anti-Inflammatory

The Anti-Inflammatory meal plan was to manage chronic inflammation, which is a main contributor to those with metabolic syndrome and obesity. The plan incorporates food rich in phytonutrients and antioxidants found in brightly colored fruit and vegetables as well as omega-3 fatty acids.muscle tissue.

Cancer and Heart Disease

The Cancer and Heart Disease meal plan was developed for individuals diagnosed with heart disease in addition to cancer. The key aspect of this plan is to maintain an optimal PH balance to benefit chemotherapeutic agents. Highly acidic foods such as corn, blueberries, cranberries, and plums are limited. Acidic food is balanced with alkalizing fruits and vegetables including peaches, strawberries, asparagus, broccoli, green peas, and carrots. In addition, sodium and saturated fat are limited to prevent further cardiovascular complications.

Chronic Kidney Disease

The Chronic Kidney Disease meal plan was developed for individuals with stage 1-4 chronic kidney disease. This plan is sodium, phosphorus, potassium and protein restricted. When followed in accordance with physician recommendation, this plan may assist with maintaining a healthy balance of electrolytes, minerals, and fluid balance.

Congestive Heart Disease

The Congestive Heart Disease meal plan is designed for individuals who have been diagnosed with Congestive Heart Disease or have a family history of heart disease and are at risk for elevated cholesterol. This plan is low sodium, high fiber (>25g/day), high in anti-inflammatory food and rich in phytonutrients and antioxidants from brightly colored fruit and vegetables.

COPD

The Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD) meal plan was developed for individuals diagnosed with COPD and related respiratory diseases such as: Emphysema, Chronic Bronchitis, and Chronic Asthma. Key aspects of the plan include small, frequent and nutrient dense meals that are rich in fat and protein. Food such as cruciferous vegetables, are eliminated from the plans to aid in easing symptoms.

Crohn’s Disease

The Crohn’s meal plan was developed for individuals diagnosed with the inflammatory bowel disease Crohn’s. The disease is a chronic, but treatable condition. Nutritional intervention can control the chronic inflammation that is a main symptom of Crohn’s.  The main focus of this plan is on a low residue, lower fiber diet to ease symptoms as flares occur. Raw fruit, raw vegetables, seeds and dairy are eliminated from this plan.

Depression

This depression meal plan was developed for individuals diagnosed with depression. Research indicates that a diet high in omega-3 fatty acids as well as phytonutrient rich fruits and vegetables could aid in lessening symptoms. This meal plan in addition to regular exercise, may be of benefit alongside other physician recommended treatments.

Eczema

The Eczema meal plans was developed for individuals diagnosed with eczema. Eczema can be triggered by specific allergens. This plan removes all foods that are potential allergens such as eggs, peanuts, glutens and soy.

High Cholesterol

The High Cholesterol meal plan is for anyone who has been diagnosed with hypercholesterolemia, has heart disease or has a risk of developing heart disease. Patients taking statins, may also benefit from following this plan. This meal plan is high in fiber, rich in anti-inflammatory food such as fruit, vegetables and high Omega-3 foods such as fatty fish, nuts and seeds. This plan is rich in both soluble and insoluble dietary fiber due to its ability to improve “bad” serum cholesterol.

Hormone Balance

The Hormone Balance meal plan was designed to improve the hormone levels of any individuals dealing with testosterone and estrogen imbalances. This plan is rich in whole food and is devoid of all processed food that could contain refined sugar and wheat which could promote inflammation and potentially lead to adrenal fatigue. This meal plan is rich in nutrient dense fat which has been shown to have an anti-inflammatory effect on the body.

Hypertension

The Hypertension meal plan was developed for individuals diagnosed with high blood pressure. Key components are low sodium foods with a daily recommended n=intake of less than 2,300 mg/day. This plan combines balanced and varied food options such as omega-3 fatty acids, antioxidant rich foods and lean protein. This plan is devoid of processed foods which can contain large quantities of sodium.

Irritable Bowel Syndrome

The IBS (irritable bowel syndrome) meal plan was developed for anyone suffering from the effects of IBS. Key components are the addition of low FODMAP (Fermentable Oligo-Di-Monosaccharides and Polyols) foods. Known irritants such as onions, cruciferous vegetables, grapes, apples, pears and artificial sweeteners are eliminated. Since the IBS diet can be restrictive, we have included easily digestible and nutrient dense food that can promote adequate digestion and better absorption of nutrients. IBS triggers can be individuals, therefore it is recommended to keep a food diary by logging meals to keep track of those foods that are not well tolerated. Knowing what foods trigger flares can potentially lessen IBS symptoms.

Ulcerative Colitis

The Ulcerative Colitis meal plan eliminates any food that could cause inflammation in the large intestines. Food that is eliminated are those that are difficult to digest, raw vegetables, higher fiber foods, acidic foods and unhealthy fat options. The plan does incorporate healthy grains, cooked vegetables, easily digestible fruit and lean protein. products due to its potential interaction with Synthroid if taken too close to dosage. Foods that have a potential inflammatory response such as gluten have been eliminated. Food that has anti-inflammatory properties such as omega-3 fatty acids, nuts, seeds, antioxidant rich fruit and vegetables as well as whole grains have been included.

Multiple Sclerosis

The Multiple Sclerosis meal plan was developed for individuals diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis (MS). While there is not definitive diet to treat MS, there is some evidence that a diet low in saturated fat and rich in omega-3 fatty acids may be of benefit. This meal plan is rich in anti-inflammatory properties such as omega-3 fatty acids, brightly colored fruit and vegetables, whole grains and fatty fish. Anti-inflammatory diets may have a benefit in alleviating symptoms of autoimmune diseases such as MS.

Obesity and Diabetes

The Obesity and Diabetes meal plan was developed for individuals with a co morbidity of obesity and diabetes. This plan contains fiber rich carbohydrates alongside lean protein and antioxidant rich fruits and vegetable. Obesity is associated with chronic low grade inflammation, therefore, anti-inflammatory foods such as whole grains, nuts, seeds and phytonutrient rich fruits and vegetables are the main focus. The high fiber content of the plan promotes glycemic control and satiety to aid in slow progressive weight loss.

Psoriasis

The Psoriasis meal plan is rich in anti-inflammatory properties such as omega-3 fatty acids, brightly colored fruit and vegetables, whole grains and fatty fish. Anti-inflammatory diets may have a benefit in alleviating symptoms of autoimmune diseases such as psoriasis.

Rheumatoid Arthritis

The Rheumatoid Arthritis meal plan was developed to support the nutritional needs of individuals with the autoimmune disorder, rheumatoid arthritis (RA). This meal plan is rich in anti-inflammatory properties such as omega-3 fatty acids, brightly colored fruit and vegetables, whole grains and fatty fish. Gluten and dairy have been eliminated due to their inflammatory properties. Anti-inflammatory diets may have a benefit in alleviating symptoms of autoimmune diseases such as psoriasis. Foods rich in the antioxidants, Vitamin E and selenium are featured in the RA plan.

Thyroid

The Thyroid Disease meal plan was developed for individuals diagnosed with a thyroid disorder, particularly autoimmune conditions such as Hashimoto’s and Graves Disease. This plan eliminates soy products due to its potential interaction with Synthroid if taken too close to dosage. Foods that have a potential inflammatory response such as gluten have been eliminated. Food that has anti-inflammatory properties such as omega-3 fatty acids, nuts, seeds, antioxidant rich fruit and vegetables as well as whole grains have been included.