Hi! I’m Dr. Joy Chang, a gastroenterologist and researcher focused on eosinophilic esophagitis (EoE). This video series normally costs $100 but will be free to you as part of a study. Join the study and get FREE ACCESS to this 4-part series.


Does this sound familiar?

  • Your doctor has recommended that you try an elimination diet for your EoE symptoms, but you are overwhelmed with where to start.

  • You’re worried that an elimination diet will be difficult to follow or unenjoyable.

  • You don’t even know where to begin with the elimination, reintroduction, and personalization phases of the EoE diet.

  • You need help reading food labels, planning meals, and navigating restaurant menus while following the elimination diet.

In this course you will:

  • Learn all about the 4-Food Elimination Diet for EoE.

  • Understand how to approach the elimination, reintroduction, and maintenance phases of the 4-Food Elimination diet. 

  • Get tips and guidance on how to expand your diet once triggers are identified to maintain a balanced and nutritious diet.

  • Learn how to read food labels, navigate restaurant menus, and make substitutions.

  • Ease anxiety and increase confidence about following an elimination diet!

Phase 1 - Learn about what foods you can and can’t eat on the elimination diet, the benefits, how to prepare yourself, how to read labels, and how to get started eliminating trigger foods from your diet.

Phase 2 - In this phase, you’ll learn how to navigate eating out and how to build healthy meals at home.

Phase 3 - In this phase, you’ll learn how to begin reintroducing types of foods using the 4-Food Elimination Diet sequence in cooperation with your healthcare provider, and how to monitor any returning symptoms.

Meet Your Instructor

Amanda Lynett, MS, RDN

Amanda Lynett is a GI specialized Registered Dietitian. Amanda is passionate about helping individuals build a healthy relationship with food while reducing symptoms with evidence-based medical nutrition therapy for a variety of digestive health conditions.

Amanda is a Michigan-based consultant for GI onDEMAND and works full-time as an outpatient dietitian at Michigan Medicine with the Department of Gastroenterology and Hepatology. She is also co-director for an annual GI nutrition training program called FOOD: The Main Course to Digestive Health. Education & Training: BS in Nutrition Sciences and Dietetics from Michigan State University. Delta State University Dietetic Internship. Currently in the process of completing her MS in Nutrition and Dietetics from Central Michigan University.