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1. Ear infections – grommets OR diet?
(Sue's Blog)
By the age of four, about 8 in 10 Australian kids will have had an ear infection (1) Failsafers report that diet works quickly and removes the need for grommets Most doctors don’t mention diet, ...
Created on 07 March 2022
2. Diet at school
(Sue's Blog)
What the parents say “My son has been on the diet since year 1 and he is now in year 12 and is the best thing we could have done for him” – Charlotte from story [1353] “My failsafe son has gone from ...
Created on 26 January 2022
3. Holidays are a good time to do the elimination diet
(Sue's Blog)
Summary Christmas party food can cause health and behaviour problems culprits can include food additives or "healthy fruit" eg grapes, strawberries, plums our readers say New Year is a good ...
Created on 14 December 2021
4. Nitrates not on the label in Australia and NZ: another hidden additive
(Sue's Blog)
... to enable consumers to make informed choices Referring such issues to the Australian Competition & Consumer Commission (ACCC) has in the past resulted in the issue being referred back to FSANZ and back ...
Created on 27 November 2021
5. Failsafe changed my life
(Sue's Blog)
A father who is a single parent wrote to Howard recently: “The work you and Sue do is truly life changing for so many people, and I cannot express my gratitude enough for the changes I can see  ...
Created on 25 October 2021
6. Hidden additives
(Sue's Blog)
Consumers want to avoid ADDITIVES, so food manufacturers have switched to adding innocent-sounding INGREDIENTS which contain these same additives, often claiming ‘no added whatever’. Here is how you ...
Created on 12 October 2021
7. BBQ Sauce
(Sue's Blog)
A mother asked the following question: My 9yo has been struggling with anger issues. I am trying to work out the cause but it seems to be worse after he eats bbq sauce. I can't work out which other ...
Created on 12 October 2021
8. Study: vegetables or fruit - which are healthier?
(Sue's Blog)
... in our Introduction to food intolerance  https://www.fedup.com.au/factsheets/support-factsheets/introduction-to-food-intolerance Response - THANKYOU SO MUCH SUE!!! … I can’t believe I didn’t look at ...
Created on 03 August 2021
9. Fed up with hyperactivity
(Sue's Blog)
... to sleep * phases of night wakings * sensory issues * mood swings * extremely fussy eater * anxiety * autistic traits (salicylates and amines) * no volume control * strips off his clothes (salicylates) ...
Created on 16 July 2021
10. Why see a dietitian?
(Sue's Blog)
... Amy from story [1603] “My issues nearly killed me with severe lack of sleep and the kids with diarrhoea and vomiting... I went to (a dietitian) directly linked to the RPAH, even phoning them to discuss ...
Created on 09 June 2021
11. Psoriasis, psoriatic arthritis and diet
(Sue's Blog)
... psoriasis on my arms is starting to heal..." - from story [463] "symptoms that improve on diet - for me  it has been joint pain, respiratory issues, insomnia, restless legs, hives, psoriasis" - Cate from ...
Created on 04 June 2021
12. 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
13. 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
14. 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
15. 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
16. 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
17. 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
18. Asthma - Shame on you, FSANZ!
(Sue's Blog)
... of an experienced, supportive dietitian, see our list of those who support a trial of the RPAH elimination diet  In Sue’s book Fed Up: Understanding how food affects your child and what you can do about ...
Created on 11 November 2020
19. 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
20. Antidepressants. Or diet?
(Sue's Blog)
... from Christopher Lane interview Whats wrong with psychiatry by Arnie Cooper, Sun magazine, March 2002  https://www.thesunmagazine.org/issues/435/side-effects-may-include More harm than good Prof Peter ...
Created on 13 July 2020