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Jane Hersey has been helping families of hard-to-raise children since 1976 when she first volunteered to work with the newly-formed support group, the Feingold Association of the United States. Like thousands of other parents around the country, she learned by first helping her own child. She found that her education and experience as a teacher was of little help as she struggled with her daughter's often bizarre behavior. It was after her husband, Harry, linked his migraine headaches to food additives, that she understood the reason for their child's symptoms. Jane enjoys sharing information on how seemingly complicated problems often have remarkably simple solutions. Today, the foodless substances that line supermarket aisles are considered by most Americans to be normal, while people who simply eat real food are thought to be on a special diet. But Hersey believes, Humans were not designed to eat petroleum, and when they do, bad things happen.
Very interesting look at the affect of diet on behavior. The information lines up with a lot I'm reading on leaky gut syndrome. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Travler4
Great book to read for those dealing with Children that have ADHD, or Autism. Tons of information regarding Diets for Parents.Published 12 months ago by Paradise
A life saver!!!!! However, I hate the name of it. I put stickers over the name b/c I didn't want my child to see it. Read morePublished 21 months ago by Kathleen Pittman
I learned a lot from reading this book and I've already seen results in my child's behavior by eliminating additives and artificial junk. I would recommend this book to others.Published 22 months ago by Sarah Giacomoni
We found the Feingold Diet 23 years ago at the library long before internet. We implemented it for my 3 year old son and it was like night and day. Read morePublished on August 2, 2013 by Lori Barrett