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ADHD and diet

Link confirmed between dementia and propionate preservatives

Great news: So Good Vanilla Bliss icecream is back!

Cook's corner: Black bean carob cashew brownies; At The Failsafe Table Newsletter June 2023 #74 Italian & French Inspiration

Success stories: [1655] – [1658]

[1658] One-liners (July 2023)

[1657] 160b: annatto allergy to Amul butter (July 2023)

[1656] Severe hives due to medication (Amoxicillin with clavulanic acid) (May 2023)

[1655] "We had no idea it could all be caused by the food he was eating" (February 2023)

Your questions:

What is rosemary extract in a food?

Frequently Asked Questions

In brief:

Sulphites a “safety concern”

Meat glue might be in your food

Submission made to Senate Standing Committee on Barriers for people with ADHD

Sue Dengate's famous presentation “Fed Up with Children’s Behaviour”


Dietary exposure to nitrites and nitrates in association with type 2 diabetes risk

Diet soft drinks? Think again

Inflammation and ultraprocessed foods

Failsafe shopping list:

Updated complete list of food additives, with those to avoid highlighted

Vanilla Bliss is back

Food Intolerance Resources from RPAH; SPECIAL OFFER on Friendly Food

Factsheets: over 100 science-based information sheets on symptoms and additives. See also video resources. See also story collections

Support community: Failsafers talking to each other. New and updated dietitians.

Thanks and admin:


Hello everyone

Highlights: dramatic increase in ADHD diagnosis; latest European research on diet for ADHD

"We have got good news - that food is the main cause of ADHD. We've got bad news - that we have to train physicians …” – Dr Lidy Pelsser, senior researcher, ADHD Research Centre in Eindhoven, Netherlands.

French study confirms dementia/propionate preservative link; Vanilla Bliss is back; Cook’s corner recipe: black bean carob cashew brownies.


Popular reader stories include:

“… serious behaviour … bedwetting … soiling” - caused by food" [1655]
“continuous hives … with extreme burning and itching” [1656]
“I usually get sick (cough, cold, fever) when I use this” … butter with Annatto [1657]
“… the behavioural changes made all the effort worth it” [1658]
“At 34, this is absolutely life changing … you have saved my life” [1658]
“… video is a game changer. After watching … my husband is doing the diet with us!" [1658]

Now read on - Sue Dengate

ADHD and diet


ADHD diagnosis has leapt hugely in the last couple of years, with some medication prescriptions going up 45 times! There seems to have been a concerted and successful campaign, mainly by psychologists and psychiatrists, to make ADHD more visible. Given their scope of knowledge, diet is very rarely mentioned despite a large amount of quality evidence.

The Australian Evidence-Based Clinical Practice Guideline for ADHD by Australian ADHD Professionals Association came out in 2022 and in 660 pages barely mentioned diet, and then in such terms as to be not useful, particularly given poor nutrition training of doctors.

Multiple recent European studies show that diet works well for the majority of children with ADHD who do it properly. This is a critical finding and confirms many previous studies. According to Dr Lidy Pelsser, senior researcher at the ADHD Research Centre in Eindhoven, Netherlands:

“In all children, we should start with diet research. If a child's behaviour doesn't change, then drugs may still be necessary. But now we are giving them all drugs, and I think that's a huge mistake."

"We have got good news - that food is the main cause of ADHD. We've got bad news - that we have to train physicians to monitor this procedure because it cannot be done by a physician who is not trained."

But consumers are very unlikely to get useful information about diet from any support organisations.

There is a report on latest research and how to do diet for ADHD by Sue Dengate in three really useful blogs READ MORE

Link confirmed between dementia and propionate preservatives

A quality prospective French study (6,000 seniors over 12 years) confirms a strong link between dementia and propionate preservatives.

Looking for metabolic risk factors for vascular dementia, they examined seven possibilities and found only one increased the chances of cognitive decline:

    "higher serum levels of propionic acid … were associated with increased odds of cognitive decline"

Where did the propionic acid come from? The researchers suggested a possible link:

    "processed foods, in which propionic acid is a common preservative"

You can get 2-3 times more propionate from diet than is naturally produced in your body.

Dementia risks are also higher for those with ADHD and autism. So why is there no action from food regulators?

READ MORE in this blog with practical advice on avoiding propionate preservatives, by Sue Dengate

Great news: So Good Vanilla Bliss icecream is back!


After representations to the highest level of Sanitarium management, we can report that the Vanilla Bliss will be available from July from independent retailers (IGA, Metcash, Ritchie) and by October from Coles and Woolworths! The Chocolate flavour will follow if demand justifies it, so get buying all those who have been asking us to chase Sanitarium.


These have proven a big hit with many, not too sweet and freeze very well.


Black bean carob cashew brownies

2 x 400 g tins black beans, drained
2 tbsp ground flax seeds (HIGH in salicylates and amines, ONLY if tolerated or OMIT)
1 cup carob powder, sieved
2 cups brown sugar
1 cup rolled oats (may not be ok for people who are gluten-free)
2 tsp baking powder
1 cup cashews, chopped

Preheat oven to 175’C. Oil slice pan. Mix beans, flax seeds, carob and brown sugar until a smooth batter (TM sp5, 1min). Fold in oatmeal and baking powder (TM sp3, 1 min). Fold in cashews (TM sp3, 1 min). Spoon into baking pan and spread with spatula. Bake 30 mins until skewer comes out clean. Slice gently (eg 32 squares) and allow to cool. Store in fridge, freeze very well.

You can always find more recipe ideas at https://www.fedup.com.au/recipes or Failsafe Cookbook

Every failsafer should get the regular newsletter from The Failsafe Table - it is fantastic At The Failsafe Table Newsletter June 2023 #74 Italian & French Inspiration is certainly very inspiring, the pictures are ravishing and I have been trying to make wholemeal baguettes. Links to recipes make it so easy – thanks again Rona at Domestic Diva Unleashed!

You can find more great recipes at Domestic Diva Unleashed, Cooking for Oscar, Failsafe Foodie, Real Meals and Failsafe Decorated Cakes. 


There's a recipe index of ANY Failsafe recipes on ANY blog. So far there are more than 1,000 recipes with great photos and ideas all categorised to make it easy to search  http://pinterest.com/failsafetable/ 

Failsafe Thermomix group with recipes and a place to ask questions etc https://www.facebook.com/groups/139914166142279/

I bought a Thermomix a couple of months ago, and absolutely love it. These machines are totally awesome, so pure and clean, and I truly believe that if we’d had a Thermomix years ago when our son was at his worst, it would have saved us a lot of heartache, as well as time and money - Susan.

And the very useful weekly meal plan website https://mealsplans.wordpress.com/

You can scroll through the full text of all stories: for every story we report, there are probably another 10 that cover similar issues. And these are just the ones we get to hear about. Names have been changed to protect privacy.

Success story collections: organised by symptom or by additive keywords are proving the most popular downloads from the website. They'll be added to as time permits.

People tell us that stories are so useful and positive!

[1658] One-liners (July 2023)

Firstly I just wanted to say THANK YOU! The Fed up website has helped our 6, 4 and 2 year olds (more so the older two) so much. I was literally fed up, in tears and an absolute mess, we didn’t want to medicate our kids but didn’t know what else there was to do... so I typed into google 'fed up with hyperactivity' and there it was! We haven’t looked back since! – followup from Danielle’s COURAGE AWARD story [1607]

Thankfully the behavioural changes made all the effort worth it 🙌 - Chloe

I started on Fodmap and didn't help me at all. Then was given info about of Salicylate sensitivity. Tried it and after a few weeks noticed I was feeling better. I had over nine years of thick congestion all the time and IBS for 5 months. Took a year to get rid of the congestion and 5 months for IBS to be all gone. Keep list of eating and how you feel. So lucky to have this group and the information that I got that made my life so much better! - Kathie.

At 34, this is absolutely life changing. If you ever see this Sue, you have saved my life by getting the word out – Ali

DVDcover4   (The DVD is) a game changer. After watching the video, my husband is doing the diet with us!" - Joni

I remembered the roadshow I went to years ago and heard Sue speak - I remember seeing basically a movement of mums buying things without additives years ago around the same time as the roadshow and it created genuine change but things seem to be slipping back especially with covid/lockdowns etc – Deanna

I eat a ton of home made meals very basic meat and veg not a lot of processed foods anymore and find I'm less stressed healthier and less agitated and less anxious. I can focus better - Cassie.

[1657] 160b: annatto allergy to Amul butter (July 2023)

I usually get sick (cough, cold, fever) when I use this butter called "Amul butter"- I believe this is caused by Annatto because I don't see any other ingredients except milk , salt and Annatto. I consume the other ingredients on a daily basis with no issue. Will be careful next time when I consume something else to make sure I'm allergic to this color - Rishi from India, in USA.

See factsheet on 160b annatto

[1656] Severe hives due to medication (Amoxicillin with clavulanic acid) (May 2023)

I am writing to let you know that I am having a rather severe case of hives as a reaction to a medication and my doctor tells me he has another adult patient who reacted the same.

The medication is APO-AMOXY/CLAV 875/125. I have had amoxicillin before but not the clavulanic acid. He tells me the clavulanic acid is put into the tablet to help stop people from having difficulties with penicillin.

Thought I'd bring it to your attention as I am now in my 7th week of continuous hives as I am reacting to everything, especially amines. I am trying to go back to the elimination diet but I have been living on that for the last 30 years and have worked out a nice little menu of goodies I 'allow'. I am a super responder so it may not affect others. The hives are all over with extreme burning and itching especially at night, skin is very dry including eyelids with dry eye and styes, happily no lung or throat problems. Treating with daily Telfast tablets and so far 4 sessions of a few days of Prednisone.

Hoping you can find out if this is a new thing and if others are likely to react the same. - Gumnut

(Sue's note: Yes, we have heard of severe reactions to this new drug in children, see our blog “Unusually aggressive” behaviour triggered by new antibiotic.  Information from the Cleveland Clinic seems to suggest that people who have intolerance to foods and/or food additives may be at risk https://my.clevelandclinic.org/health/drugs/18084-amoxicillin-clavulanic-acid-suspension - as the RPAH handbook says: Avoid non-essential medication).

[1655] "We had no idea it could all be caused by the food he was eating" (February 2023)

I can't express how grateful I am to you for the information on www.fedup.com.au, I 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 appreciate your dedication and commitment.

At 71, looking back, I can see that heredity can play a big part in gut issues.  My father had them, resulting in having a part of his bowel removed which then resulted in very painful adhesions. He was told by his doctor that he probably had cancer, which turned out to be incorrect!  My daughter also suffers from gut problems.

My son constantly wet the bed, soiled his pants and had serious behavioural issues with dramatic and stressful outcomes.  The soiling went on until he was well into his teens.  Unfortunately, at that time, there was no internet access, and no information or help available from any of the professionals we talked to.  We had no idea it could all be caused by the food he was eating. After years of being in and out of several rehab centres and courts, stints in jail and drug use, he died of a drug overdose at 26.  It breaks my heart.

A very heartfelt thankyou for everything you do - Lorna

See also story collection about doctors and food intolerance

Don’t forget, you can search for stories/symptoms or scroll through all current stories 


Q: What is rosemary extract in a food?

A: Rosemary extract E392 is being used to an increasing extent in many foods. It is an antioxidant that stops fats going rancid and smelling stale. It is a polyphenol (mainly carnosic acid plus carnosol) extracted by solvents from rosemary - it is chemically distinct from E320 BHA and E319 BHT. It is not regarded as failsafe and we have had people report reactions. Watch out as it is rarely numbered, it just sounds nice and ‘herby’ as a name, part of the food industry attempt to fool people.

Chemically it resembles salicylates, which is probably why people react. See more in Failsafe Newsletter 106 and https://www.mdpi.com/2072-6643/13/3/991 "Salicylate or SA (C7H6O3, 2-hydroxybenzoic acid) is one such naturally occurring food chemical. It is a major plant hormone—a phenolic acid defined as a non-flavonoid polyphenolic compound."

Frequently Asked Questions are the result of a lot of work by many people. Over 322,000 people have viewed them!

You can search all or scroll through them all classified as follows:

  • Additive questions
  • Diet questions
  • Food and product questions
  • Graphic answers for the 9 most common questions
  • Medications and supplement questions
  • Perfume and chemical sensitivity questions
  • Personal care and household cleaning questions
  • Support questions
  • Symptom questions


Here are graphics for the 9 most common questions


Sulphites a “safety concern”

The European Food Safety Authority (EFSA) recently concluded a toxicity assessment that sulphites pose a safety concern for consumers, but did not establish a safe daily intake. Sulphites 220-228 are naturally present in foods such as apple, rice and baked beans. However, sulphites are also added as preservatives and antioxidants and also have properties that can halt fermentation. See factsheet on sulphites

Meat glue might be in your food

An enzyme called transglutaminase is approved in Australia/NZ as a processing aid, meaning that it will not appear on any label. It is used to glue scraps of protein, typically meat, together and is destroyed by cooking. It has been linked to some health risks, particularly if you are a coeliac. See more at https://www.webmd.com/diet/is-transglutaminase-safe The simplest way to keep it out of your diet is to eat whole, unprocessed foods. Eat lots of fruits and vegetables. If you eat meat, get it from a butcher or farm that’s open about its processes. Typical foods containing transglutaminase are

    Chicken nuggets
    Hot dogs
    Shrimp or other meat noodles
    Other meat products that say “formed” or “reformed” on the label.

Submission made to Senate Standing Committee on Barriers for people with ADHD

A 23 page submission was made on behalf of the Food Intolerance Network. We contended that the major barrier is that many symptoms diagnosed as ADHD are not distinguished from food intolerance symptoms which resemble them, and that many of these symptoms can be reduced in a proven practical way for both children and adults using diet. Support services exist in the form of hundreds of trained dietitians who understand the use of diet in this context.

Sue Dengate's famous presentation “Fed Up with Children’s Behaviour” view for free (1hr 12mins).

Irene says “ladies show your men the video as they will rarely read the book. Watching an hour of a DVD is more comprehensible to the male brain. That is how I got my husband to finally understand our son’s behaviour and to support what I am doing with him. He now has the book in his van and every spare moment he has, he reads it" - from story [717]

Subtitled version in 6 languages (English, Dutch, French, German, Italian, Spanish) can also be viewed for free. (The Bonus material of interviews with parents can only be seen in purchased version)



Dietary exposure to nitrites and nitrates in association with type 2 diabetes risk

Results from the NutriNet-Santé population-based cohort study did not support any potential benefits for dietary nitrites and nitrates. They suggested that a higher exposure to both foods and water-originated and additives-originated nitrites was associated with higher Type-2 diabetes risk. https://journals.plos.org/plosmedicine/article?id=10.1371/journal.pmed.1004149

Diet soft drinks? Think again.

When people hear that sugar-sweetened beverages pose health hazards, some respond by switching to diet soft drinks, but evidence now suggests that non-sugar sweeteners may increase risk for cardiovascular disease. https://www.bmj.com/content/364/bmj.k4718 and https://www.bmj.com/content/378/bmj-2022-071204. Erythritol 968 has now been both associated with incident major adverse cardiovascular events risk and enhanced thrombosis.  https://www.nature.com/articles/s41591-023-02223-9. Beware of acesulfame potassium 950 (Acesulphame-K), aspartame 951 (Nutrasweet, Equal), advantame 969, and sucralose 955 (Splenda).See more in factsheet on sugar free sweeteners

Also of interest, the World Health Organization’s cancer research arm, the International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC), has conducted a safety review of aspartame 951 and reported labelling it as “possibly carcinogenic to humans” https://www.theguardian.com/society/2023/jun/29/aspartame-artificial-sweetener-possible-cancer-risk-carcinogenic while sucralose 955 is in the gun too - Sucralose Damages DNA, Linked to Leaky Gut: Study https://www.medscape.com/s/viewarticle/992667?ecd=mkm_ret_230628_mscpmrk-OUS_ICYMI_etid5555894&uac=319763MX&impID=5555894

See more in factsheet on sugar free sweeteners

Inflammation and ultraprocessed foods

This balanced article on a hot topic acknowledges the possible roles for food additives in altering the microbiome and hence inflammation, illness and behaviour, with many scientific references https://www.theguardian.com/lifeandstyle/2023/jun/27/the-truth-about-inflammation-all-you-need-to-know-about-2023s-hottest-health-topic-from-causes-to-cures                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              


The complete list of food additives, with those to avoid highlighted, has just been updated to the latest information.


So Good Vanilla Bliss icecream will be available from July 2023 from independent retailers (IGA, Metcash, Ritchie) and by October from Coles and Woolworths! The Chocolate flavour will follow if demand justifies it, so get buying all those who have been asking us to chase Sanitarium.

Chips (crisps) and snacks (plain, no nasty additives, no flavours; just potatoes, failsafe oil, salt) ***WARNING*** Smith chips AND Red Rock Deli Sea Salt - now contain rosemary extract. No longer failsafe. OK chips include Arnott’s ‘French Fries’ potato Straws, Colvan plain chips, Kettle Original Salted chips, ALDI Sprinters Original Crinkle Cut.

Food Intolerance Resources from RPAH at https://www.slhd.nsw.gov.au/rpa/allergy/resources/foodintol/resources.html 

The following resources have been made available on the condition that they are for personal use only and may not be distributed:

  • Elimination Diet shopping guide
  • NSW & ACT butchers
  • Toiletries & Personal care products
  • Medications
  • Nutritional Supplements

NOTE the failsafe shopping lists on www.fedup.com.au is being regularly updated to reflect changes. If using the shopping lists, check for a current date at the bottom of the list.

The failsafe sausages list has been updated again. Please email directly with changes, preferably in the format in the list, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. People continue to rave about the real flavour of these sausages!

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If you want some inspiration, try the COURAGE AWARD story collection - 40 pages of brilliance!

Most recent story collection: Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD) (14 pages). Other recent collection doctors and food intolerance and violence and aggression – if anyone wants to help update a story collection (all you need is time and some word processing skills) please email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Factsheets provide science-based access to information on added and natural chemicals, on symptoms and support. See full list of over 100 factsheets and remember that you can use the search function to search all factsheets (Information>Factsheets>Search all factsheets)

Don't forget that there is great collection of short videos to help answer your questions and understand food intolerance.

Thanks for your continuing support of each other!


  • We are pleased to advise that well-known dietitian Liz Beavis is now focussed fully on food intolerance. See contact details.

  • Remember that we always recommend that people use one of our supportive and experienced dietitians for best results. Do it once and do it properly and then you will know which food intolerances you have and how to manage them. There is now a list of dietitians able to consult in languages other than English, and overseas.

  • For all failsafe-friendly dietitians, see the regularly updated http://fedup.com.au/information/support/dietitians - there is no longer any need to email for this list. Let us know This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. if you find others not listed.

  • Many dietitians are now online and the cost (typically $80 per half hour) can be rebated from most health funds. Ask them when making contact. As one dietitian said,”I use Coviu which is a video conferencing service developed by the CSIRO for Australian allied health workers. It is encrypted end to end so it has a very high privacy. I can show education videos, share documents, patients can fill out forms for me and I can see them in real time so it is going really well”.

Diet not working as well as you'd hoped? One tiny mistake can make a huge difference. For fine-tuning, see the Checklist of common mistakes. Readers tell us this list is very useful. You can also ask for our Salicylate, Amine and Glutamate mistakes sheets This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

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  • All Failsafe Newsletters can be searched and printed. There is a wealth of research, issue discussion, recipes, personal reports and recipes now available in one place. But some of the links are out of date and you must always check current products rather than relying on historical information.

Success story collections

  • These are the most popular downloads from the website, organised by symptom and by additive. The latest collections are Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD) (14 pages), violence and aggression (54 pages) and on doctors and food intolerance (7 pages)

  • The Food Intolerance Network strongly supports the peer-reviewed publication of evidence regarding the effects of salicylates on health, behaviour and learning and acknowledges that more research needs to be published, particularly using dietary salicylates. However the very foundation of science is observation and these observations over many years show an astonishing and convincing range of real symptoms. We hope that they may assist in stimulating further research publication.

Reintroduction guidelines

  • for people who are extra sensitive, the new RPAH reintroduction guidelines recommend much smaller servings of salicylate and amine containing foods than previously, see reader comment below. Available on request from This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Thank you so much for the new RPAH reintroduction recommendations. I now understand why when I tried to ascertain my tolerance levels and did as my dietician recommended (try 1/2 a cup of salicylates) that my symptoms returned very quickly. ½ a cup is 100 times ¼ of a teaspoon, and given my scent problems I’m probably highly sensitive. Now I can try again. - failsafer, NZ

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A video-graphic introduction to food intolerance from one of our Network members (2 mins): Food intolerances, what are they? Thanks to Steph Aromataris www.stepharomataris.com


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Disclaimer: the information given is not intended as medical advice. Always consult with your doctor for possible underlying illness. Before beginning dietary investigation, consult a dietician with an interest in food intolerance. Information is drawn from the scientific literature, web research, group members and personal enquiry; while all care is taken, information is not warranted as accurate and the Food Intolerance Network and Sue Dengate cannot be held liable for any errors or omissions.

© Sue Dengate 2023 (text) PO Box 718 WOOLGOOLGA NSW 2456, Australia but material can be reproduced with acknowledgement. Thanks to the many members who have written, phoned and contributed to this newsletter and particularly to Rona, Teresa and Tracy for their help with recipes, facebook and story collections. Further reading and viewing: Fed Up and The Failsafe Cookbook by Sue Dengate (Random House Australia), Fed Up with Children’s Behaviour (DVD) by Sue Dengate