Food toxins impact their learning

Growth and learning in childhood is mentally and physically demanding - so kids need to be at their best. But if there are behavioural or cognitive issues - or inflammatory disease precious learning opportunities can be lost.

Before agreeing to mood-altering medication for your children - why not find out more about FOOD TOXINS?

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Know the signs of food toxins - and help them grow

A window of learning that happens while your child is feeling 'off colour' is simply a missed opportunity:

    • Headaches - quite simply, healthy children do not get headaches - a precious sign they are not well
    • Upset tummy - any ongoing gastro issue is a hallmark of some food intolerance
    • Food fussiness - extreme likes and dislikes can indicate cravings, a common sign of food intolerance
    • Flaky, itchy skin on her face and arms makes her self conscious and unwilling to participate
    • Being sickly and pale due to a malabsorption condition means she is not picked for sporting sides
    • Flatulence and diarrhea in a child are not only embarrassing - they threaten her/his health
    • Inability to focus because of headache or stomach pains - hold a child back academically
    • Behavioural problems can label your child as 'troublesome' - robbing them of opportunities

 If you have kids with any of these - why not investigate food toxins?

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Look for chronic symptoms or recurring illnesses

All kids get sick sometimes. But if symptoms happen repeatedly over months - it's chronic. And it probably means your son or daughter has food intolerance . . . But that's so easy to fix.

As parents we have to be vigilant about food intolerance in children. Why? Because a missed window of opportunity at school will never present itself again. The symptoms may be mild, but they are distracting: hives, headache, flatulence, diarrhea, tiredness, persistent cough, lowered immunity to infections.

Of course we all see the doctor and get prescription medications for temporary illnesses. But if that solution is needed more and more often (or if long-term drugs are prescribed) - wouldn't it be better to find the cause of the illness instead - and simply remove it?

There is more and more evidence in the medical journals (references below) that these conditions are caused by food intolerance . . . and that substituting troublesome foods heals the issues.

Food intolerance affects 3 in 4 people. How can your kids be their best if they are plagued by winter coughs, bronchitis, itchy flaking skin, lack of energy or always catching colds? Some symptoms keep them home sick - while others just spoil their schooldays.


Notice patterns in their symptoms

Now is the time to check any symptoms against what they are eating - and look for patterns.

  • A yeast problem in a 15-year-old boy can mean the difference between making the team and not making the team. Missing the sporting opportunity is one thing. But suffering the blow to his self-image is an entirely separate issue. And all the more tragic because Yeast, Gluten and/or Dairy Sensitivity is something that's easily fixed! (Watch for tinea, headaches and gastro issues like constipation or diarrhea in a kid who loves pizza, soft drinks and cheese on everything.)
  • A baby with recurrent nappy rash is at a crucial point in her developmental learning. She would rather be sorting out the kitchen cupboards than spending her time cranky and itching and demanding your attention. Some missed opportunities for parents here too! (Investigate Dairy or gluten intolerance Also consider Yeast infection.)
  • An argumentative and irritable teenage girl can't concentrate because of highs and deep lows in energy. She has a lot on her plate: English assignments, chemistry test and netball commitments, mingled with headache, periods, the imminent formal dance and a crush on a boy. She needs all the help she can get. (Scrutinise her diet: notice chronic symptoms, talk with her about yeast, dairy, gluten or sugar (fructose) sensitivity, then backtrack over what she is eating. You could both be surprised.

Each of these examples has real potential for spoiling a child's chances to be their best. But when you 'Switch a Few Foods' - they can get well within a week or two - because you will have removed the cause of the problem.


I am ready for an immediate solution - what's next?

Here at foodintol® we have helped thousands of people overcome and prevent long-term symptoms and illnesses. Everyone finds our simple step-by-step system effective and revealing. Now we can help you too. You are in charge of what your children eat. Consider a diet low in food toxins.Let your kids take up every opportunity to grow and learn.

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