The Failsafe Cookbook: Reducing Food Chemicals for Calm, Happy Families

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Random House Australia, 2007 - Cooking - 314 pages
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Using groundbreaking research, Sue Denegate has shown that learning difficulties, behavioral problems, and minor chronic illness can all be linked to an intolerance to food chemicals. In this hugely expanded compendium, Sue has compiled hundreds of new and improved recipes that are free of harmful chemicals as well as up to the minute information about food intolerance and elimination diets. These tasty, healthy, and easy-to-follow recipes cover breakfasts, lunches, main meals, and desserts as well as special occasions, vegetarian cooking, and gluten-free food. Perfect for kids and adults, this is the ideal guide for building healthy families through diet.

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About the author (2007)

Sue Dengate is a psychology graduate and former teacher. Since becoming interested in the effects of foods on health and behaviour as a result of her own children's experiences, she has established the Food Intolerance Network, published five bestselling books and a DVD, and spoken to thousands of people all over the world. Sue has been nominated twice as Australian of the Year for her public efforts to address the behavioural and learning problems of children. For the last 15 years, Sue and her food scientist husband, Dr Howard Dengate, have run the Food Intolerance Network through the website www.fedup.com.au.

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