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21. The end of nitrate/nitrite preservatives?
(Sue's Blog)
... the UK – four times the fatalities on British roads" they said and are campaigning for the issue to be taken as seriously as sugar levels in food. In 2015 the World Health Organisation published evidence ...
Created on 02 January 2019
22. My week of amazingly positive feedback
(Sue's Blog)
... walking my dog, a passer-by said “You’re Sue Dengate, aren’t you?” Then he told me: “My wife is a science teacher, she’s a fan of your work, I’ve read heaps of what you’ve written, it’s very good and ...
Created on 26 September 2018
23. Dealing with the grandparents, inlaws, hubbies
(Sue's Blog)
...  to be in charge of my kids. They changed their tune pretty quickly - and have never once had an issue since. It isn't my job to be delicate in fear of hurting people’s feelings, it's my job to do what's bes ...
Created on 03 September 2018
24. Brain retraining for fragrance sensitivity and MCS – three failsafers report
(Sue's Blog)
... in 2018: … somebody told me about a training programme called The Lightning Process which uses neuroplasticity to resolve some health issues including food intolerances and sensitivities.  As I was down ...
Created on 01 September 2018
25. Why avoid bread preservatives?
(Sue's Blog)
Nearly 20 years ago, a failsafe mother wrote: “I believe that 282 is the worst food additive. It is hidden in a healthy food (bread and crumpets) and most people don't know about the problems it causes ...
Created on 27 August 2018
26. Warning: ‘fermented wheat flour’ and ‘fermented wheat’ – unsafe for coeliacs (so far) OR unsafe for failsafers?
(Sue's Blog)
... 10.1038/s41598-017-00174-z. https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC5427931/ As a preservative Perhaps to deliberately confuse the issue, ‘fermented wheat flour’ and ‘fermented wheat’ are also ...
Created on 27 August 2018
27. Additives in meat linked to mania and bipolar disorder: it’s official
(Sue's Blog)
... FS for me, I was doing it for my boys! 8 months have passed and I haven't bothered to do the challenges myself, I’ve been too busy trying to sort all their issues out. Well this week, I have been testing ...
Created on 28 July 2018
28. Do you know the difference? - sulphites or sulphates, SLS or SLES
(Sue's Blog)
... recommended failsafe shampoos and toothpastes at sueThis email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. NOTE: Failsafers ask about spelling - sulphite or sulfite , sulphate or sulfate. Answer: using PH is the English version, with ...
Created on 27 July 2018
29. When FODMAPs doesn’t work
(Sue's Blog)
... who specializes in IBS tells us that she usually finds that food chemicals are the main issue in IBS, and the RPAH diet is the one she uses most. If your only symptoms are IBS (e.g. bloating, reflux, ...
Created on 29 June 2018
30. 11 million visitors!
(Sue's Blog)
While Sue and I were walking in Spain, on 21st April, the 11 millionth visitor came to the free Food Intolerance Network website. Your Network now consists of 14,159 families(up over 1,000 since the ...
Created on 27 May 2018
31. Diet-induced stuttering
(Sue's Blog)
... word or two of a sentence if he was overwhelmed and repeat it over and over unable to finish the sentence. It hasn't happened once since we started failsafe – from [1430] Sue's book has been really helpful ...
Created on 15 March 2018
32. Give this to your GP about food intolerance!
(Sue's Blog)
... was prepared for the journal that most GPs see, but they chose not to publish it. You are welcome to pass it to your GP directly and engage them in the issue. Download and print (4 pages) to give to ...
Created on 04 March 2018
33. Good news: free glutamates are not produced by the glutaminase enzyme subject of our Petition
(Sue's Blog)
... I did not have these conversations with them earlier, nor they with me – but it is pretty complicated. I would like to say a sincere thank you to everyone who supported us in making this an issue ...
Created on 02 March 2018
34. ACTION NEEDED: FSANZ says yes to Glutaminase as a Processing Aid
(Sue's Blog)
UPDATE 2 March: please read the latest blog on this issue as action is no longer required.  Yesterday FSANZ said that their Board had just approved A1136 Protein Glutaminase as a Processing Aid, ...
Created on 22 February 2018
35. What teachers say about diet
(Sue's Blog)
... Degree. We have come so far from when he was 8 years old. I was reading the Fed Up Book and thinking this is us ... The teachers had mentioned ADHD and Learning Issues ... A month after starting the diet ...
Created on 15 February 2018
36. SIDS, crib death, A1 milk and cows-milk-induced infant apnoea
(Sue's Blog)
...  Disclosure Sue and Howard Dengate do not own shares in A2 milk - unfortunately, because they have gone up a lot recently! - nor do we have any other financial connections to this industry, unlike many ...
Created on 19 January 2018
37. Colitis: “Are there any reports of food causing colitis?” asked a facebook member. Actually, yes.
(Sue's Blog)
... colitis. My ulcerative colitis developed from my Paleo diet (to lose weight – juicing tons of spinach and eating almond breads, I thought it would cure my years of issues) and a natural practitioner who ...
Created on 15 January 2018
38. FSANZ apologises to nanotechnology experts for misrepresenting views about nanoparticles in baby formula
(Sue's Blog)
... whose safety they supposedly ensure. The original issue was flagged in Failsafe Newsletter 86 August - November 2017 if you want more details. https://www.fedup.com.au/fedup-newsletters/2017/failsafe-86-august-november-2017#brief ...
Created on 14 January 2018
39. New Year is a good time to do the elimination diet
(Sue's Blog)
... Christmas morning, Nathan (12) was already in a bad mood. The day before, he had pigged out on grapes and plums - but I didn't really think at that time that that could have been the issue - I mean they ...
Created on 30 December 2017
40. Sunscreen update
(Sue's Blog)
... regulated as drugs because they make health claims that require clinical evidence, which is why the USA is leading on this issue. https://www.newscientist.com/article/mg24332405-200-safety-of-many-sunscreen-ingredients-is-in-doubt-should-we-worry/ ...
Created on 30 December 2017