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61. FSANZ abandons enquiry into sulphites and benzoates
(Sue's Blog)
... Network made a 10 page submission with 35 scientific references but the major issues we raised have simply been ignored in the abandonment. Consumers have been sold out yet again. ·         Why does ...
Created on 27 July 2016
62. Three key is<span class="highlight">sue</span>s 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 http://www.fedup.com.au/information/information/references-for-articles-about-fsanz-2015 ...
Created on 21 June 2016
63. Street's not responding to annatto petition, ye
(Sue's Blog)
...  I would appreciate your personal attention to this issue. regards  Howard Dengate BSc PhD Here is the response from his Executive Assistant 24th March: Dear Mr Dengate, Thank you for your email ...
Created on 29 March 2016
64. Life-threatening reaction to anti-inflammatory drugs plus blackberries: "A&E seemed totally unaware of the salicylate link
(Sue's Blog)
Created on 17 March 2016
65. The dangers of licorice
(Sue's Blog)
Created on 16 March 2016
66. How does this stuff get approved?
(Sue's Blog)
These are photos of Jodie’s rash, and this is her story:      “In 2008, I had the mother of all skin reactions that lasted for several months (chronic hives/uticaria, swollen, droopy eyes, and rashes).  ...
Created on 11 March 2016
67. Why we do what we do
(Sue's Blog)
Created on 05 March 2016
68. Can antibiotics cause gluten intolerance?
(Sue's Blog)
... taking a certain kind of probiotic, I can recover from gluten intolerance. In the US, Dr Martin Blaser has been researching this issue for over 30 years. He is now director of NYU's Human Microbiome Program ...
Created on 22 February 2016
69. Special offer: 8 million visitors to Food Intolerance Network website
(Sue's Blog)
... per day. The Sue Dengate facebook page now has almost 11,000 active members. And the food industry is listening: we do not want the food additives in our food that affect our health, learning and behaviour. ...
Created on 12 February 2016
70. Questions for Minister Fiona Nash in charge of FSANZ
(Sue's Blog)
... to the Minister and Shadow Minister in charge of food is “how will you make your regulations effective in protecting consumers?” Protecting children’s food Hi, I’m Sue Dengate from the Food Intolerance ...
Created on 07 February 2016
71. Eat, Forget, Underachieve - maths and diet
(Sue's Blog)
... – and any other issues - to make sure that your child is physically and mentally in good shape to engage in learning.  Then seek help, earlier rather than later: “Seek professional help early in Year ...
Created on 03 February 2016
72. Logan Farm Chips and Annatto 160b colour
(Sue's Blog)
... and learning problems. If you would like to be counted as a supporter, you can subscribe to our free email newsletter (4 issues per year) by sending an email with "subscribe" in the subject line to address: ...
Created on 26 November 2015
73. Fedup Roadshow 2015 blog now complete and available
(Sue's Blog)
Due to our rushed departure for Nepal, the report on the second leg of the Fedup Roadshow (to Newcastle, Sydney, Wyong, Canberra, Melbourne, Jindera and Gunnedah) was not completed in time. It is now ...
Created on 18 November 2015
74. Saccharomyces boulardii and diatomaceous earth - are these failsafe supplements that can help with irritable bowel symptoms?
(Sue's Blog)
... flavour. Although silica has been used for trials of bone density (it helps for osteoporosis and anything to do with bone and connective tissue problems), it hasn't been trialled for irritable bowel - ...
Created on 16 November 2015
75. Recent media: “Cooking with vegetable oil releases toxic chemicals linked to cancer”.
(Sue's Blog)
... and omega-3 classes are as essential for health as vitamins), the amount of mono-unsaturated fatty acids, and the amount of saturated fatty acids. The length of the fatty acids may also be an issue. There ...
Created on 11 November 2015
76. How useful is our food regulator FSANZ?
(Sue's Blog)
... and the second is their inability to address food industry ‘gaming’ of the Food Standards Code.   The first of these issues is discussed here.   Scope of additive safety assessments   The top ...
Created on 05 November 2015
77. 129 ways to add MSG and fool consumers
(Sue's Blog)
A food savvy friend recently expressed her concern: “It really is up to us to be smarter than food labels. Read them and don't be sucked in, be cynical”. So author Sue Dengate and her food scientist ...
Created on 08 August 2015
78. Petition to remove annatto 160b from Streets ice creams
(Sue's Blog)
... he would have been diagnosed with serious mental health issues by now - from story [1333] Annatto 160b causes a severe reaction in our 7 yo daughter including migraine, loss of fine motor control, head ...
Created on 05 August 2015
79. Artificial sweeteners can cause diabetes and obesity? Wait, I thought they were supposed to prevent …
(Sue's Blog)
... or microbiomes. Further reading: Suez J et al, Artificial sweeteners induce glucose intolerance by altering the gut microbiota. Nature, 2014; DOI: 10.1038/nature13793 http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/25231862 ...
Created on 20 July 2015
80. Fedup Roadshow 2015 blog
(Sue's Blog)
... very safe as it does not contain salicylates, amines or glutamates. However, sugar can contribute to obesity. If gaining weight is an issue for you, we do not recommend sugar in drinks except for small ...
Created on 14 June 2015