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Reintroducing Mammal Meat After SAAT:
A Step-by-Step Guide

Eat Well, Feel Well: A Healthy Transition Back

"Reintroducing Mammal Meat After SAAT: A Step-by-Step Guide" is designed for individuals who are ready to reintroduce mammal meat into their diet after undergoing the Soliman Auricular Allergy Treatment (SAAT) for meat allergies or intolerance. This guide provides a gradual and careful approach to ensure a smooth transition, paying close attention to bodily responses and potential sensitivities. It's an essential resource for safely incorporating red meat back into your meals, aligning with your health goals and dietary preferences.

Note: Ensure you have an EpiPen and a vegan antihistamine available for any allergic reactions.


1. Start Small: Begin with one type of a pea-sized amount of meat (ie. beef, pork, lamb, etc). Avoid adding any sauces or seasonings, as these could mask potential allergic reactions.

Note: If you have a history of allergic reactions to fumes, start with exposure to the fumes.


2. Wait and Observe: Wait 8-12 hours to observe for any allergic reactions. If none occur, you can try doubling the amount of meat for your next exposure. Repeat this step for seven days or until you reach a full serving size.


3. Monitor Symptoms: Be alert for signs of allergic reactions like hives, itching, swelling, GI discomfort or difficulty breathing. If you experience any of these symptoms, immediately stop eating mammal meat and take a vegan antihistamine. For severe allergic reactions, use an EpiPen.


4. Consult Your Practitioner: If you have any concerns, questions or for personalized advice.



Additional Tips for Reintroducing Mammal Meat


Gradual Increase: Continue eating small amounts of red meat every few days, gradually increasing the quantity each time.

Avoid Processed Meats: Avoid processed red meats like bacon, sausage, and hot dogs, which are high in unhealthy fats and sodium.

Healthy Pairing: Accompany your mammal meat with other healthy foods like fruits, vegetables, and whole grains.

Important Note: Individual experiences can vary, so listen to your body and reintroduce mammal meat at a pace that's comfortable for you.

"I have recommended Dr Joe to many many people. My husband had Alpha Gal, severe anaphylaxis when eating or even cross contamination of mammal meat. We lived on chicken & fish for 2 years. 3 visits in 2022 and now he can eat anything he wants... hamburgers, pork, swelling, nothing abnormal at all. Dr Joe was fantastic!! I will continue recommending him for tick borne diseases." -Renee D. 8/2023

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