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Let’s get educated on vaccines

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(Updated May 11, 2019)If you have concerns about what is going on in the world of vaccines, you are not alone. I have long been collecting the research on all sides of this issue, and have begun organizing the studies … Continue reading

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How genetics and environment work together to shape our destiny: Milena Georgieva at TEDxAUBG

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Milena Georgieva is a young scientist in Bulgaria with lots of prestigious awards for best scientific excellence practices. Here, she describes the way our DNA functions. The way we live, the way we talk, the way we breathe and the … Continue reading

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Archives – FAWA 1979, July

Dr. Feingold comments on the FDA study The Kaiser-Permanente/University of California study funded by the FDA is commonly referred to as the FDA study. The study was supportive. One child out of 22 children under controlled conditions reacted unequivocally to … Continue reading

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Archives – FAWA 1979, September

The American Baby – A Victim of Corporate Profits? The American Council on Science and Health – the food industry’s new lobby – celebrates the International Year of the Child with a feature article in the August American Babymagazine; some … Continue reading

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Archives – FAWA 1978, June

Evening with Dr. Feingold Dr. Feingold was in the Washington area recently to participate in the Huxley Institute symposium. Board members of FAWA thank the doctor for giving us an evening of his time, and Rod & Trish Federick for … Continue reading

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Archives – FAWA, 1979, December

Letter from Dr. Feingold to FAUS Members: Greetings; This past quarter has been quite eventful, not only for the concept of dietary management of behavioral disturbances and learning disabilities, but for the entire field of nutrition. So many events of … Continue reading

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Archives – FAWA 1979, June

NEW YORK (Associated Press) May 8, 1979 — There is no evidence that hyperactivity in children is caused by their diet, in particular by artificial food coloring, an independent association of scientists has found. The American Council on Science and … Continue reading

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Archives – 1977, 10/09

Study backs idea that food dye may make children hyperactive by Michael J. Conlon, United Press InternationalWashington Star, Sunday, October 9, 1977

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Archives – FAWA 1979, March

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Letter from Dr. Feingold Greetings to all members of FAUS! It is almost six years since the AMA meeting in New York (June 1973), where I made the first public announcement linking food additives to behavioral disturbances and learning disabilities … Continue reading

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Archives – FAWA 1980, April

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Letter from Dr. Feingold Dear Parents: Some interesting and important events occurred during the past quarter. The FDA science symposium, “Effects of Foods and Drugs on the Development and Function of the Nervous System: Methods for Predicting Toxicity” was very … Continue reading

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Archives – FAWA 1978 December

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Letter from Dr. Feingold to the Feingold Association of the United States Greetings to All Members of FAUS, This past quarter has been very productive. Great progress has been made in public awareness, acceptance and application of the diet. This … Continue reading

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Archives – Index

FAWA: Feingold Association of the Washington Area 1977 September: First Anniversary Issue / FDA study 1977 November: Dr. Feingold’s Visit 1977 December: Answering the Critics: Nutrition Foundation / Dr. Mayer 1978 June: Evening with Dr. Feingold 1978 December: Letter from … Continue reading

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Archives – FAWA 1980, November

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The Nutrition Foundation Strikes Again We had not heard from the Nutrition Foundation for a long time. They’re the alter-ego of the American Council on Science and Health. Like ACSH, the Nutrition Foundation sounds like an unbiased, scientific pillar of … Continue reading

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Archives – FAWA 1977, September

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First FDA study supports Feingold theory Results from the first federally-sponsored study of the Feingold hypothesis are strongly supportive of a key facet of the KP diet. Following two experiments funded by the Food & Drug Administration, researchers at the … Continue reading

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Archives – FAWA 1977, November

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Dr. Feingold’s Visit Dr. Feingold addressed a standing-room-only audience of FAWA members on October 8th. Here are some of the highlights from his talk. We are no longer in the position of having to “prove” the validity of our knowledge. … Continue reading

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Archives – FAWA 1977, December

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Answering the critics FAWA Newsletter, December 1977 (page 9-10) Feingold families are often confronted by newspaper and magazine articles — some of which appear in medical journals — telling us that the KP Diet doesn’t really work. (Those sleepless nights … Continue reading

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Archives – 1982, 01/29

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Feingold diet is worth testing, panel says American Medical News (newsletter of the American Medical Association)January 29, 1982, page 23.

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Archives – 1982, 01/16

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Treating hyperactivity Houston Post January 16, 1982 Click on article to enlarge

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Archives – 1977, Aug 03

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Does what we eat affect behavior? The St. Louis Globe-Democrat, August 3, 1977

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A new collection of studies on the relationship of food dyes to health.

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Just finished: a compilation of all the studies I can find on the food dyes used in the US and their connection with behavior and health. Download here (188 pages) This project was created to help the California Office of … Continue reading

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Don’t miss this free seminar series

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If you, or your child, have a tic disorder or Tourette’s Syndrome, you may feel like the disorder controls your life.   But there is hope — you can manage a tic disorder, naturally, so that you feel in control. Don’t … Continue reading

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Dufault 2018: Food labeling requirements may explain lower autism and ADHD prevalence in the United Kingdom

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Integrative Food, Nutrition and Metabolism, 2018, 5(4): 1-2 This editorial explores possible nutritional reasons for the huge difference between the United States and the United Kingdom in numbers of children diagnosed with ADHD or autism. After two separate studies in … Continue reading

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Li 2018: Inedible Azo Dyes and Their Analytical Methods in Foodstuffs and Beverages

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Journal of AOAC International, Vol. 101.  (epublished ahead of print) This guest editorial is not about the food dyes we know and don’t love — it’s about inedible, dangerous food dyes that are used illegally in foods.  There is a … Continue reading

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Science Library Text Collection – updated

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Today I have finally listed all the “open” research studies collected up to now.  This brings the Library Text Collection up to more than 3,000 papers listed. Now to start the next part of the project — updating the list … Continue reading

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Rainbow-colored cake anybody?

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In study after study, the dangers of artificial food dyes are documented.  Nevertheless, many of us would still like to provide colorful party foods for our families.  What to do?  Of course, bright fruits such as blueberries and strawberries can … Continue reading

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Feingold 1978: Address to California School Food Service Association, Sacramento, CA

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Although this speech was given in 1978, it could equally apply today.  Tragically, his warning went unheeded, and nothing has changed. Ladies and Gentlemen: I am pleased to be with you today to discuss the importance of the School Food … Continue reading

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Senate Health Committee approves Wieckowski bill to study dangers of synthetic food dyes on children

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SB 504 calls for state office to conduct independent review of evidence and options for the Legislature April 26, 2017 The Senate Health Committee today approved a bill by Senator Bob Wieckowski (D-Fremont) to direct a state agency to review … Continue reading

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Book: Waging War on the Autistic Child

The Arizona 5 and the Legacy of Baron von Münchausen, by Andrew J. Wakefield (2012) PROLOGUE “What is the loss of job, career, professional license, honors, colleagues, and country against that of a child’s voice? How do the very public … Continue reading

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Silent Epidemic; The Untold Story of Vaccines

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This Gary Null Production is a long film – almost 2 hours – so get comfortable before you start.   Although some parents are quoted in this film, most of the participants are medical doctors and researchers. Please share this film … Continue reading

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New FDA Data Show High Levels of Dyes in Brand-name Foods

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Little Debbie Swiss Rolls Use Yellow, Red, and Blue Dyes to Make ‘Chocolate’ Cake Reprinted from article published by the Center for Science in the Public Interest, July 18, 2016 Little Debbie Swiss Rolls have a combined 32 milligrams of … Continue reading

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Artificial sweeteners are worse than we thought

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We already know too much sugar is bad for you ………but ARTIFICIAL sugar is worse. Click on the picture to see a short but important video from an article in TIME, May 20, 2016. Related studies:  (Get password) Azad 2016 … Continue reading

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CSPI Ramping Up Campaign Against Food Dyes

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57,619 more signatures are needed to make it to 150,000 signatures. Tell the FDA to Ban Harmful Synthetic Food Dyes A number of studies – and an emerging scientific consensus – demonstrate that some children experience episodes of inattention, hyperactivity, … Continue reading

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The CSPI is Seeing Red Over Food Dyes

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Seeing Red:  Time for Action on Food Dyes was published in January by the Center for Science in the Public Interest (CSPI). This outstanding paper explains why children continue to be exposed to and harmed by food dyes and other … Continue reading

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