Miss Little One2
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After a long journey, we found my youngest son (V) is intolerant to Natural Food Chemicals (salicylates, amines, and glutamates). As a general rule, the tastier a food is, the richer it’s likely to be in natural chemicals.
After our dietitian started V on the Royal Prince Alfred Hospital (RPAH) Elimination Diet at 20 months old, we realised that my oldest (J) and I are also affected.
The many health issues that I have experienced all my life are literally caused by the food I eat. Anytime I have tried to go on a diet, eat healthier I have made myself sicker. This diet goes against everything I thought I knew about health and nutrition.
And it is a really hard diet. There are so few recipes in the recipe community and the word Failsafe means something completely different to most people, easy. To those who follow Sue Dengates version of the RPAH Elimination Diet is means free of additives, low in salicylates, amines and flavour enhancers. I am translating the recipes I have found in books, from friends and the general internet so it is easier for me, and I hope my husband will actually go back to cooking dinner. I have also adapted these to my own needs as we are also egg, dairy, buckwheat and legume free.
I hope these will also help other people on their Failsafe/RPAH journey.
|Using Thermomix since:||2014|
|What Thermomix ® version do you have?:||Thermomix ® TM 6|
|What is your relationship with Themomix?:||Customer|
|Name:||Mrs Erin Paxinos|
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