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1. Urination issues and food intolerance
(Sue's Blog)
... frequent night-time urination (nocturia) and constant prostate pain. The doctor was mystified since I had never had any prostate issues at all, had no infection, and didn’t even have the enlarged prostate ...
Created on 29 April 2021
2. Tuesday 2nd April: Sue Dengate’s Autism Summit FREE presentation livestreamed
(Sue's Blog)
The Autism Summit – FREE Online Event livestreamed from April 1 - 5, 2019 during Autism Awareness Week. Sue Dengate’s Autism Summit presentation on diet will be available 3 times on Tuesday at 9.00am, ...
Created on 27 March 2019
(Sue's Blog)
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Created on 01 January 2017
4. Three key issues for food intolerant people never addressed by food regulator FSANZ
(Sue's Blog)
... the use of propionates as preservatives” and there is no current mechanism to challenge this conclusion. A referenced version of these issues may be seen at ...
Created on 21 June 2016
5. Sue Dengate will be speaking at Crows Nest QLD on March 12 and attending the Dietitian's Day in Brisbane on March 14
(Sue's Blog)
Crows Nest QLD Wednesday 12th March 7.00-9.00pm: Sue Dengate “Fed Up with Children’s Behaviour” at Crows Nest State School Learning Support Centre, 1 Littleton Street, Crows Nest 4355. Contact Helen Thompson ...
Created on 01 March 2014
6. Subtitles in six languages now on Sue Dengate’s DVD
(Sue's Blog)
... PAL format only, not available with subtitles in NTSC format. But NTSC format DVDs are at a reduced price of only $15.50 incl GST if sold in Australia. See store ...
Created on 30 September 2013
7. Australia's disaster in education: is food the issue
(Sue's Blog)
Authorities are concerned about Australian students' poor performances on international tests. A quarter of Year 4 students failed to reach the minimum standard in reading . Australia was placed 26th out ...
Created on 24 December 2012
8. Sue Dengate now on Facebook
(Sue's Blog)
Sue is now sometimes available to discuss anything related to food intolerance and failsafe eating (free of additives, low in salicylates, amines and flavour enhancers) ...
Created on 18 April 2012
9. Ultra-processed foods linked to 32 adverse health effects
(Sue's Blog)
... from any cause cancer mental health problems including depression, anxiety and sleep issues asthma heart disease gastrointestinal obesity diabetes type 2 and other metabolic diseases such ...
Created on 01 March 2024
10. Difficulty swallowing - Eosinophilic oesophagitis (EoE)
(Sue's Blog)
Some food intolerant people have difficulty swallowing (dysphagia) and often blame the texture of foods. People also report oesophageal spasm which hospitals may blame on “vagus nerve issues” and treat ...
Created on 13 February 2024
11. Common food preservative has unexpected effects on the gut microbiome
(Sue's Blog)
...  3. Where to find Nisin 234 and concerns about antibiotic resistance (2016) 234Nisin.pdf 4. Preservatives must change the microbiome ...
Created on 05 February 2024
12. Cyberchondria and Dr Google
(Sue's Blog)
... are issues and how specific foods affect you. That is why we strongly recommend that people use the Royal Prince Alfred Hospital Allergy Unit’s diagnostic elimination and challenge protocol, thoroughly ...
Created on 26 January 2024
13. Diet saved our relationship
(Sue's Blog)
... failsafe meant for you and your family? From tummy aches, ear infections, motor tics, sleeping issues and behavioural problems to happy and healthy boys who maintain beautiful relationships with friends ...
Created on 12 October 2023
14. What is MCAS?
(Sue's Blog)
... step, and for some people can improve their symptoms significantly whilst you work with your healthcare team to understand the underlying reasons. If you have histamine/amine overload issues (because ...
Created on 09 October 2023
15. How to do diet for ADHD
(Sue's Blog)
... were. I promise it's not as hard as it looks...”. – Kat [1529] Adults “I’ve had a patient I was seeing for gut issues who also had ADHD. She had an improvement & was able to reduce medication” – Jo ...
Created on 04 July 2023
16. Diet first for ADHD
(Sue's Blog)
... the studies, not the parents” . Health professionals who don’t “believe…” Award-winning dietitian Joy Anderson wrote in the June 2013 issue of the Medical Journal of Australia Insight (17): “As ...
Created on 04 July 2023
17. ADHD diagnoses increasing
(Sue's Blog)
... finished, anger issues, couldn't control emotions, discipline of all degrees made no difference. 3 weeks on the diet and I have a different kid!! The days when I mess up accidentally I can tell and so ...
Created on 27 June 2023
18. Disruptive school behaviour and food additives
(Sue's Blog)
Disruptive behaviour in Australian classrooms is some of the worst in the world. It is such a huge issue there is now a senate enquiry. Why don’t they consider food additives? Australia has some ...
Created on 16 February 2023
19. Doctors and food intolerance
(Sue's Blog)
... have suffered with several intolerances for about 15 years. I've had no luck or help from multiple GPs... Gut issues are such a common problem now as is arthritis, and, as a sufferer of both, I greatly ...
Created on 15 January 2023
20. Bicarb antidote for salicylates
(Sue's Blog)
... consult a dietician with an interest in food intolerance. You can see our list of experienced and supportive dietitians © Sue Dengate updated January ...
Created on 11 January 2023
21. Cabbages for osteoarthritis?
(Sue's Blog)
... the tissues of the knee joint , Sci Rep. 2017 Jun 13;7(1):3398. 3. Chelsea M Clinton et al, Whole-foods, plant-based diet alleviates the symptoms ...
Created on 11 December 2022
22. Christmas food – and how to deal with it
(Sue's Blog)
Christmas party food can cause health and behaviour problems culprits can include nasty food additives or "healthy” fruit eg berries, grapes, citrus after Christmas can be a good time to try diet ...
Created on 06 December 2022
23. Hidden bread preservative causes a “very, very unpleasant detour”
(Sue's Blog)
... and health issues like insomnia and racing heart are increasing, and doctors don’t know why Lorna’s story Lorna had started her children on the diet on the recommendation of her GP: “He'd seen a ...
Created on 27 September 2022
24. "Fed Up with Food Intolerance" now available as a printed boo
(Sue's Blog)
Sue Dengate’s Fed Up with Food Intolerance - the personal story about how and why she devoted her life to spreading the word about the magic answer that had taken her family 9 years to discover: the ...
Created on 19 September 2022
25. Baby won’t sleep
(Sue's Blog)
... the worst and he also reacts very badly to amines” - Dani from story [121] More info My article Restless babies “Sue’s article ‘Restless Babies’ in Nursing Mothers magazine saved my life!! I went ...
Created on 09 August 2022
26. BITING as a food reaction
(Sue's Blog)
... to be told there was nothing wrong with her and that it was a parenting issue" – from story [1296] "... tonight I bought a packet of mixed white and artificially coloured pink marshmallows. Older daughter ...
Created on 14 July 2022
27. Ear infections – grommets OR diet?
(Sue's Blog)
By the age of four, about 8 in 10 Australian kids will have had an ear infection (1) Failsafers report that diet works quickly and removes the need for grommets Most doctors don’t mention diet, ...
Created on 07 March 2022
28. Diet at school
(Sue's Blog)
What the parents say “My son has been on the diet since year 1 and he is now in year 12 and is the best thing we could have done for him” – Charlotte from story [1353] “My failsafe son has gone from ...
Created on 26 January 2022
29. Holidays are a good time to do the elimination diet
(Sue's Blog)
Summary Christmas party food can cause health and behaviour problems culprits can include food additives or "healthy fruit" eg grapes, strawberries, plums our readers say New Year is a good ...
Created on 14 December 2021
30. Nitrates not on the label in Australia and NZ: another hidden additive
(Sue's Blog)
... to enable consumers to make informed choices Referring such issues to the Australian Competition & Consumer Commission (ACCC) has in the past resulted in the issue being referred back to FSANZ and back ...
Created on 27 November 2021
31. Failsafe changed my life
(Sue's Blog)
A father who is a single parent wrote to Howard recently: “The work you and Sue do is truly life changing for so many people, and I cannot express my gratitude enough for the changes I can see  ...
Created on 25 October 2021
32. Hidden additives
(Sue's Blog)
... glutamates More information Introduction to food intolerance Watch our free DVD Our free diet booklets Search Sue’s blog 4 most popular blogs Sue’s blog list List of our factsheets ...
Created on 12 October 2021
33. BBQ Sauce
(Sue's Blog)
A mother asked the following question: My 9yo has been struggling with anger issues. I am trying to work out the cause but it seems to be worse after he eats bbq sauce. I can't work out which other ...
Created on 12 October 2021
34. Study: vegetables or fruit - which are healthier?
(Sue's Blog)
... in our Introduction to food intolerance Response - THANKYOU SO MUCH SUE!!! … I can’t believe I didn’t look at diet long before now! I always ...
Created on 03 August 2021
35. Fed up with hyperactivity
(Sue's Blog)
... to sleep * phases of night wakings * sensory issues * mood swings * extremely fussy eater * anxiety * autistic traits (salicylates and amines) * no volume control * strips off his clothes (salicylates) ...
Created on 16 July 2021
36. Why see a dietitian?
(Sue's Blog)
... Amy from story [1603] “My issues nearly killed me with severe lack of sleep and the kids with diarrhoea and vomiting... I went to (a dietitian) directly linked to the RPAH, even phoning them to discuss ...
Created on 09 June 2021
37. Psoriasis, psoriatic arthritis and diet
(Sue's Blog)
... psoriasis on my arms is starting to heal..." - from story [463] "symptoms that improve on diet - for me it has been joint pain, respiratory issues, insomnia, restless legs, hives, psoriasis" - Cate from ...
Created on 04 June 2021
38. Blocked/runny nose, rhinosinusitis, nasal polyps – new research
(Sue's Blog)
It is common for our members to report symptoms like blocked/runny nose, rhinosinusitis, and/or nasal polyps. As always with food intolerance, they can be related to any of the usual suspects: salicylates, ...
Created on 27 May 2021
39. Insomnia disorder
(Sue's Blog)
Difficulty falling asleep, insomnia disorder and diet. Sleep issues can be a problem for more than half of Australian adults. A 2019 survey of Australian adults found that nearly 60% regularly ...
Created on 14 April 2021
40. Epilepsy, seizures and diet
(Sue's Blog)
... by a neurologist didn't show any abnormalities … Update one year later: When her dental braces were removed, we finally discovered that our daughter's "unexplainable" neurological issues over 3.5 years had ...
Created on 09 April 2021
41. Hair and eye lash pulling?
(Sue's Blog)
... to be told there was nothing wrong with her and that it was a parenting issue ... Since that time we have had only two re-emergences of this awful, awful behaviour, only ever mildly and short lived (it' ...
Created on 09 February 2021
42. Changing the food system
(Sue's Blog)
... and regulation that recognises the breadth of food integrity issues (safety in its broadest sense, food security, food sustainability, personal and community health and nutrition, competent enforcement ...
Created on 22 January 2021
43. Asthma - Shame on you, FSANZ!
(Sue's Blog)
... of an experienced, supportive dietitian, see our list of those who support a trial of the RPAH elimination diet In Sue’s book Fed Up: Understanding how food affects your child and what you can do about ...
Created on 11 November 2020
44. Podcast ‘Food and how it affects your child'
(Sue's Blog)
... results; tell us about a couple of stories that stand out to you.” At first I thought Sonia meant just speech issues – and we have plenty of those: speech delay, loud voice, stuttering, ASD (autistic) ...
Created on 09 September 2020
45. Antidepressants. Or diet?
(Sue's Blog)
... from Christopher Lane interview Whats wrong with psychiatry by Arnie Cooper, Sun magazine, March 2002 More harm than good Prof Peter ...
Created on 13 July 2020
46. Irritable bowel, dementia and diet
(Sue's Blog)
... … The stats I have discovered are that 7-10% of patients with UC or Crohn's have salicylate issues - if more docs knew this - they wouldn't give them meds which are...duh...salicylates. Thankfully, my doc ...
Created on 27 June 2020
47. Trump: food-induced oppositional defiance?
(Sue's Blog)
...  Sue’s blog Study: diet can cause insomnia in adults More info Intro to food intolerance List of supportive dietitians, ...
Created on 05 June 2020
48. Covid-19: 5 questions from readers
(Sue's Blog)
Homemade Coleslaw with Shredded Cabbage, Carrots (moderate salicylates), and Lettuce Five useful questions (and answers) from people about coronavirus and food issues 1. What are the best fruits/veg ...
Created on 26 March 2020
49. Loud voice, silly noises, speech delay, stuttering due to diet
(Sue's Blog)
A grandmother was describing her grandsons, aged 5 and 7: "From the minute they wake up, they are making noise and their voices are so loud" Loud voice – or “no volume control” – and constant noise ...
Created on 28 February 2020
50. Failsafe lunchbox inspiration
(Sue's Blog)
With many thanks to failsafers who have contributed suggestions through the Sue Dengate facebook group, closed failsafe group, failsafe lunchbox menu and by email. Lunchbox for 6.5yo ....We are ...
Created on 17 February 2020