Every Child Deserves To Shine

Learn the signs - and find out what to do

As parents - we want the best for our kids. Food toxins can cause vague symptoms - which are difficult to link to foods: poor self-esteem, serial infections, skin problems, juvenile arthritis, headaches, migraines (yes, kids get migraines!), depression and lost learning opportunities. We help you learn the signs, and know what to do.

 

Learn more with the Free ebook about Food Toxins

 

MEMBER LETTER

'Just thought I’d give you some feedback from Caitlin’s paediatrician. The first thing he did was comment how well Caitlin was looking.  He was very receptive to the whole food intolerance concept . . . I told him all about your website and he was most enthusiastic and is going to have a good look at it.  He said to stick with the (diet) for Caitlin (I was going to any way) . . .

All in all it was a very positive visit.  Again, I can’t say how grateful I am to finally have some answers. I was worried sick about Caitlin before starting this regime.  She was so thin, pale and achy.  Now she had colour in her face and has put on 1kg in a week and a half.  Kindest regards  - Jane F.'

 

 

How to recognise Food Intolerance in children

Watch for common signs

    • Do your kids get tummy pains, headaches - or migraines?
    • Do they catch colds easily, get a barking cough or ear infections in the winter?
    • Do they easily lose concentration in school - or often feel tired?
    • Are they small or under-developed for their age?
    • Are there ongoing toilet problems like tummy aches, diarrhea, constipation?
    • Are they unco-ordinated or clumsy?
    • Do your daughters have difficult or heavy menstrual periods?
    • Are your kids self-conscious about flaky skin, eczema or psoriasis?
    • Is there a history of asthma?
    • Are there behavioural issues - or learning difficulties?
    • Do your kids sometimes seem withdrawn, blue or moody?

 

All these conditions are linked to the action of FOOD TOXINS. 

Learn more with the Free ebook about Food Toxins

 

Already had clinical tests for gluten, fructose or dairy?

Have your children had clinical testing: blood tests, breath tests, skin scratch samples or other procedures? Clinical testing for food intolerance can be inconclusive or downright misleading.

So please don't rule out food intolerance - just because a test didn't pick it up. Medicine is still catching up with advances in food toxin pathology. So traditional testing methods may no longer be relevant.

There are more than twenty food toxins . . . and they act together in various combinations to cause internal damage make us sick.

The Institute’s eighteen years of helping clients has shown - the most effective approach is to move to a LOW-TOXIN DIET.

 

We have found the best results come with moderation … that is a diet which allows some favourites while greatly reducing the level of toxins in the blood . . . find out more at foodintol® LoTox Living

 

 

RESEARCH & REFERENCES

All foodintol® information is based on research from peer-reviewed medical journals