- Sue Dengate
We run this Network on food intolerance because we think no-one should have to go through what so many food intolerant people go through, as we did, without sound information and support. The plus side is many inspiring and moving emails, like one from a remarkable US teen who overcame food intolerance by herself, “Thank you for changing my life”. We are pleased to give her a COURAGE AWARD.
A focus on amines emerged during preparation of the May-July newsletter, resulting in a second COURAGE AWARD to a UK mother wrestling with a grown daughter badly affected by amines, plus an amusing but informative facebook thread and a request for more information on amines.
See both these stories and many more in this latest newsletter People tell us they love the personal stories, so there are lots of those, plus you can catch up on new blog posts, research and support. Thanks again to everyone for support so freely shared.
Meantime it is becoming more difficult to know what is in our food. Some food companies respond to consumer concerns by hiding additives as ingredients, or lately as "processing aids". Please jump in and sign a petition just launched to stop a new way of hiding MSG in foods.