In this long-awaited, fully updated volume, health specialist Sue Dengate provides sound information about food intolerance and the adverse affect of synthetic additives and natural chemicals in food. Inspiring stories of families overcoming their problems with dietary-based illness are provided along with dozens of recipes for all kinds of occasions. This is an essential tool for parents wanting a calmer, happierand healthierfamily."
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Understanding how food affects your child and what you can do about it: Based on new Australian research, Fed Up is Sue Dengate's comprehensive analysis of the effects of foods on children's behaviour, learning ability and health. This book is a guide for pressured parents and a revelation for puzzled teachers. Fed Up helps pressured parents to manage their children's behaviour and learning problems without medication using remarkable new findings from Australian research into food intolerance. A best-seller in Australia and now available in the USA. a form of dietary management based on new Australian research, which is so far unknown in the U.S. It gets MUCH better results than the Feingold diet, which is regarded as ineffective in Australia and widely regarded as ineffective by many in the U.S. but still used by those who want to try diet.Synopsis:
From the author of the popular "Different Kids: Growing Up With Attention Deficit Disorder", comes this practical handbook with recipes for controlling behavioural problems, mood swings and learning difficulties in children through healthy dieting.
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Book Description Random House Australia, 1998. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Bookseller Inventory # P110091836980