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1. 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
2. Urination is<span class="highlight">sue</span>s 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
3. 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
4. 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
5. 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
6. 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
7. 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
8. 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
9. 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
10. 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
11. 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
12. 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
13. 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
14. Saved by diet (children AND adults)
(Sue's Blog)
A few days ago I was in a queue in a crowded airport, when one of the staff asked me "is your name Sue Dengate?" At first I thought she wanted to check my ticket - I didn't have one, I was just helping ...
Created on 29 January 2020
15. Study: diet can cause insomnia in adults
(Sue's Blog)
... Everyone is different. Some reader reports "I have been an insomniac since I was 16 ... it has been a major issue in my life. I have lived on approximately four hours sleep a day. I have spent thousands ...
Created on 28 January 2020
16. 12 million visitors!
(Sue's Blog)
... and New Zealand but with members in USA, UK, EU, Canada and several other countries. The number of visitors per day has dropped as more members use the Sue Dengate facebook page for support and quick information, ...
Created on 08 January 2020
17. Wein room ionic air purifier now available
(Sue's Blog)
... for ourselves the ash and soot precipitated by the negative ions, as you can see here in a sealed room after one day. Two days later there was no more "soot", showing that the air had been cleared - Sue ...
Created on 06 December 2019
18. How to tolerate more salicylates?
(Sue's Blog)
... - though it's best done with the supervision of a dietitian who has long experience with the RPAH diet, see our dietitians list See an important opinion about this issue from Dr Elizabeth Pickford who ...
Created on 22 November 2019
19. New edition of Friendly Food from RPAH
(Sue's Blog)
... years of support and 15,000 members of the Food Intolerance Network don’t get a mention.” Failsafer comments "I just got the RPAH book, after weeks with the two books of Sue's.... NO WONDER you were ...
Created on 02 September 2019
20. Is anorexia due to food intolerance?
(Sue's Blog)
... the June 2013 issue of the Medical Journal of Australia InSight What doctors should recommend There are no scientifically proven laboratory tests to diagnose food chemical intolerance. The way to find ...
Created on 11 August 2019