Buy a book that helps your friends understand your diet, or put one under the Christmas tree for relations so they can support you. They may even see how my books may help them too! Are You Food Sensitive? can provide this. You could have a copy of Fussy Baby or two in your gift box […]
In the July/August 2017 issue of the USA Academy of Nutrition & Dietetics’ Food & Nutrition Magazine featured an article exploring the existence of non-allergic adverse reaction to foods and the debate over what to do about it. You can view the article here. I wrote to the editor of the magazine supporting this new […]
Dietitian Joan Breakey from Brisbane discusses artificial food colouring and allergies. Featured on Ockham’s Razor on ABC Radio National on Sunday 11 April 2010. Click here to download the recording or read the transcript.
Joan Breakey, a dietitian from Brisbane, asks the question why, after 35 years, the controversy about diet and Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) is still relevant today. Featured on Ockham’s Razor on ABC Radio National on Sunday 16 September 2012. Click here to download the recording or read the transcript.
A delicate matter. Frequent thrush infections happen often enough to be noted among symptoms food sensitive people have. An important part of this idea is that the thrush infection itself can produce the usual symptoms the person has, just as bacterial or viral infections do. It is upsetting to have to deal with the discomfort […]
Salicylates are necessary exclusions in diet investigation for suspected sensitivity. But issues related to all the natural food chemicals are complex. I have made a summary of key ideas in Chapter 3 in my book: Are You Food Sensitive? In this chapter I am going to do something difficult. I am going to summarise why […]
I am often asked what is the right diet for Candida infection? It is important to know that candida is a yeast but not the yeast we use in breadmaking. It is a completely different type of yeast that grows the little white stuff that can be seen where the infection is visible, such as […]