ReNew Food Plan Stabilizes Blood Sugar, Insulin

IFM has created a new, short-term, therapeutic food plan to assist the body in eliminating dietary causes of inflammation, help identify potential allergies, and remove foods that are potentially addictive and harmful. Specially designed for those patients who are addicted to sugar and processed food, the ReNew Food Plan stabilizes blood sugar and insulin levels. Patients who suffer from autoimmune disease, fatigue, and pain are also ideal candidates. The ReNew Food Plan was created with the help of Cleveland Clinic Center for Functional Medicine.

Kristi Hughes, ND, IFM director of education, explains more about the ReNew Food Plan in the following video:

The food plan suite contains a comprehensive guide to the ReNew Food Plan, daily and weekly food guides, corresponding recipes, and a shopping list. These materials are easy to use and patient-friendly.

The ReNew Food Plan is the latest tool in IFM’s Functional Nutrition advanced therapeutic interventions (see graphic below).

In addition to these food plans, all IFM members and Applying Functional Medicine in Clinical Practice (AFMCP) attendees (for 10 days before the conference and 35 days after) receive access to the IFM Toolkit, which contains more than 300 resources, including symptom questionnaires, nutritional handouts, intake forms, lifestyle change guides, and many more.

To receive uninterrupted access to the toolkit, consider becoming an IFM member. More information may be found here.


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