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101. Additives in Europe - gotta know the enemy
(Sue's Blog)
...  Perhaps to deliberately confuse the issue, ‘fermented wheat flour’ and ‘fermented wheat’ are also added as ingredients to breads as a mould inhibitor. ...
Created on 15 August 2014
102. Two new studies link A1 (but not A2) milk to gut inflammation
(Sue's Blog)
... from an increasing problem with gut issues and chronic diarrhea and related symptoms. She has tried various milks and milk substitutes (soy, etc). None have made any difference to her gut problems. Her ...
Created on 26 March 2014
103. Confused Failsafer asks for help
(Sue's Blog)
... wrote in the June 2013 issue of the Medical Journal of Australia Insight: As a dietitian who uses the RPAH Allergy Unit Elimination Diet in my everyday practice, I can assure you that it does work brilliantly ...
Created on 25 March 2014
104. Kids on Speed? final episode
(Sue's Blog)
... - BECAUSE - we had never been shown the diet link to TRY first. If it works (when you do it effectively and to the letter as Sue also mentioned...) then great, if it doesn't - medication may be the only ...
Created on 05 March 2014
105. <span class="highlight">Sue</span> Dengate will be speaking at Crows Nest QLD on March 12 and attending the Dietitian's Day in Brisbane on March 14
(Sue's Blog)
Crows Nest QLD Wednesday 12th March 7.00-9.00pm: Sue Dengate “Fed Up with Children’s Behaviour” at Crows Nest State School Learning Support Centre, 1 Littleton Street, Crows Nest 4355. Contact Helen Thompson ...
Created on 01 March 2014
106. Attention deficits are not just for kids (letter to The Guardian)
(Sue's Blog)
... ADHD is not an issue if they choose the lifestyle diet  from Sydney's Royal Prince Alfred Hospital that we support.  This comprises eating mostly fresh, unprocessed foods and avoiding some additives and ...
Created on 20 January 2014
107. Food and mood ebook now available
(Sue's Blog)
... find out about my issues until I was an adult, although it has affected me my whole life. I have a child on the cover of my ebook because so many people learn about food intolerance after they decide to ...
Created on 09 January 2014
108. Doctors write prescriptions for vegetables
(Sue's Blog)
... because her asthma is better. More information: Sue's comment As increasing studies suggest ...
Created on 29 October 2013
109. Subtitles in six languages now on <span class="highlight">Sue</span> Dengate’s DVD
(Sue's Blog)
... PAL format only, not available with subtitles in NTSC format. But NTSC format DVDs are at a reduced price of only $15.50 incl GST if sold in Australia. See store ...
Created on 30 September 2013
110. Channel 7’s Today Tonight highlights salicylate intolerance
(Sue's Blog)
Make sure you catch Sue Dengate on salicylate intolerance and why fruit and vegetables can be as bad as food additives for some people. Three families tell their stories, thanks to these families and ...
Created on 13 September 2013
111. Clean label policy a disaster for consumers
(Sue's Blog)
... MSG” on a label, it means in nearly every case the exact opposite,” says Sue Dengate. “In fact, it usually means that there ARE added glutamates that will affect anyone sensitive to this flavour enhancer.” ...
Created on 23 August 2013
112. Last Fedup Roadshow starts today
(Sue's Blog)
Sue and Howard Dengate have decided this is their last Roadshow so that they can concentrate their energies on other means of helping people. So if you are near the following places this is your last ...
Created on 21 August 2013
113. Food ranked as highest concern for consumers in CFA survey
(Sue's Blog)
... in response to the question about support for current consumer campaigns: • 75% of respondents identified misleading information about food production as a 'very important' issue. • 74% of respondents ...
Created on 28 June 2013
114. Immunologists' knickers in a twist about salicylate elimination diets for children
(Sue's Blog)
In the current issue of the Medical Journal of Australia, a group of paediatric immunologists say, based on people attending an allergy clinic, that low salicylate diets are not supported by evidence and ...
Created on 19 June 2013
115. Keep gluten OUT of gluten free foods
(Sue's Blog)
Following industry pressure, the Australian food regulator FSANZ is considering a proposal to allow measurable levels of gluten in foods labelled gluten free.   The reason they give is that as testing ...
Created on 28 May 2013
116. Asthma linked to fast food AND food additives
(Sue's Blog)
Asthma researchers say that a massive international study has confirmed what we have been saying for years: that increasing rates of asthma are linked to food. But they don't know which components of ...
Created on 16 January 2013
117. More collections of your stories
(Sue's Blog)
... offer ideas of how to deal with the symptoms. anger issues eg anger, angry, anger management (37 pages, January 2013) headache and migraine (29 pages, January 2013) menstrual issues eg PMT, PMS, ...
Created on 14 January 2013
118. Food Intolerance Network now on Twitter
(Sue's Blog)
Hi everyone The Food Intolerance Network is now on Twitter as @failsafers (note the plural). If you have a Twitter account and want to follow us, just search for @failsafers and you will see us. ...
Created on 11 January 2013
119. Australia's disaster in education: is food the is<span class="highlight">sue</span>
(Sue's Blog)
Authorities are concerned about Australian students' poor performances on international tests. A quarter of Year 4 students failed to reach the minimum standard in reading . Australia was placed 26th out ...
Created on 24 December 2012
120. PMS 'a myth' says Professo
(Sue's Blog)
... please vote in the online poll on  (closes Sunday evening 23/12/2012) Thanks! Sue Dengate ...
Created on 23 December 2012