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Corporate profits over infant safety

  Some baby foods have been found to contain toxic levels of heavy metals, according to a new congressional report. These heavy metals can cause neurological damage (among other issues) in infants. The Food and Drug Administration does not have any limit for the...

Maple Oat Nut Scones

Maple Oat Nut Scones 1cup                             oats1-1/4cup                      flour2 tablespoons            sugar1/2 teaspoon              salt1 tablespoon              baking powder3 tablespoons            maple syrup2-1/2 tablespoons     butter-cold and...

How Can I Identify Improvement In My Child?

 You should be able to identify symptoms which have either disappeared or diminished. Here are some examples that have been reported:   You may notice that he stays seated at the table throughout an entire meal. She might show signs of affection or allow you to...

Better than soda

Better choice - If you take real fruit juice and sparkling water, you can make a delicious healthy drink. Using tap water to make a fruit-ade, is even less expensive. Combine about 1/3 juice and 2/3 water and add lots of ice. If you are on Stage Two, you can buy a...

If you are not seeing improvement

If you follow the Feingold Program for a number of weeks and do not see a significant improvement, DON’T GIVE UP.   You may have overlooked something when you first started the Program.  Re-read your Feingold materials and review your diet diary and double-check your...

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