- "CORN IS NOT AN ALLERGY" according to the Ass't Superintendant (CSE chairwoman)
- ABC NEWS
- CORN FREEDOM WRITE IN CAMPAIGN
- CORN IN YOUR FURNITURE
- Dr. Doris Rapp "Is this Your Child?" a MUST read!
- Dr. Doris Rapp interviewed by Phil Donahue
- NEW CORN DERIVATIVES
- Our trip to the Environmental Allergist
- still controversial. WHY!?
- Suzanne Somers Please Help
- THANKSGIVING and upcoming Holiday Season
- University of Nebraska
Monthly Archives: December 2010
The product we bought was TRUE HEROES SOLDIER ACCESSORY SET. The age appropriate for this toy is 3+ in the toy there is a canteen, granade, binoculars, walkie talkie, head set, and dog tag and knife. All of these things go on or around the face. The product contains LEAD.
Anyone know anything about the American Disability Act for discrimination against our son due to his allergies. He was removed from a successful program in Literacy at the college after 2 wonderful uneventful semesters thanks to the help of the wonderful tutors and my administration of his medication. Continue reading
Dear Ms. Nicole, Thank you for helping Camden live corn free. He is easier to take care of. My Mom helped me with a bake sale. We made 55.40 for you so you can keep www.cornfreedom.com free for anybody. Thank … Continue reading
Brain allergies take this experience one step further: they are foods that actually trigger emotional or mental symptoms in allergy sufferers.
Brain allergies are almost always overlooked because few doctors understand them, but there is a scientific basis for this misunderstood type of allergy. Dr. Joseph Egger, who has studied the effects of allergies on childhood migraines, epilepsy, and hyperactivity, says research indicates that, “Particular types of adverse food reactions sometimes correlate with neurological and psychiatric symptoms.”
FDA LOOKING FOR FACTS ABOUT FOOD DYE CAUSING BEHAVIORAL CHANGES. EVIDENCE DUE ON OR BEFORE MARCH 23 2011
Agenda: Committee will meet to discuss whether available relevant data demonstrate a link between children’s consumption of synthetic color additives in food and adverse effects on behavior. FDA intends to make background material available to the public no later than … Continue reading
The Food and Drug Administration (FDA), finally responding to the 2008 petition by the Center for Science in the Public Interest (CSPI), has agreed to hold a hearing on food dyes in March. See the Federal Register announcement dated today. Continue reading
This week has been an amazing week of sharing and learning. Gathering amongst friends and family, telling our story to new faces. I was most surprised by the information I was given by my neighbor and my cousin. My cousin received a phone call from an old friend the other day. During the course of the conversation she was informed that one of this womans children has Autism and the other has ADHD, both of them were diagnosed with CORN ALLERGIES.