Wednesday, June 3, 2015

Are You Food Sensitive Review (# 8578) #areyoufoodsensitive 12-12-14

  NEVER GOT THIS PRODUCT. bc either i never received code or it expired on me



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Product Description
 “Are You Food Sensitive?"   is useful if you suspect food sensitivity

It is an easy to read self help book that shows you how to find out if you are food sensitive. It is written by Joan Breakey, a dietitian with over thirty-five years of experience with food sensitive families.

The diet only cuts down or excludes the important additives and food chemicals so it is not too hard but strict enough to get good results.

“I pride myself on having the slackest low chemical diet but one that will get good results.”
You can choose from Easy, Good Results or Finer Points levels of strictness.

Some families use the Feingold Diet developed in the 1970s. Now you can use the Diet Detective Method to gain more benefit and food cravings are reduced.

Some families begin by completely excluding important foods like milk or wheat when this may not necessary as limiting and using different parts of milk can be still used.

You don’t have to follow someone’s suggested diet, you can design one suited for you, using info you know about yourself and some from your particular family, with data on what other people have reacted to, found in Are You Food Sensitive?

The Diet Detective Method allows you to get results faster using information you can get from your own family. For example if Grandma gets migraine from chocolate, and sister‘s eczema gets worse with tomato sauce, you can expect chemicals in these foods to be important in another family member with ADHD.

By becoming a Diet Detective you can work out reactions to your own particular group of food chemicals. There is individual variation in what each person reacts to.

You can learn about The Total Body Load idea which reminds you that it is the total load of all suspect additives, food chemicals and also environmental chemicals, as well as family allergies which can have adverse effects. You will learn to lower all of these so you then gradually expand the diet as much as possible for the long term.

Another important idea is Target Organ Sensitivity whereby the symptoms people get can range from ADHD to tummy aches or Irritable Bowel Syndrome, to eczema and other allergies, to nightmares, carsickness and Autism Spectrum Disorder. Each person has their own range of symptoms, and these can change throughout life. A person may have eczema in infancy, ADHD during school age, and so on. The interesting thing is that they may be sensitive to much the same suspect chemicals throughout their life.

The book explains just who is likely to benefit, how to do diet investigation, what might change and how much change to expect, how long it takes, and much more.

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