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  1. Hi there, I have been contemplating having my son do the program, a person came over and assessed him for the program and he fits most of the list. I didn't even realise he had ADD until she asked the questions! We were concerned about his dyslexia, then it hit me like a wall that ADD would be why he cannot follow simple instruction to go and get ready for school. He has to walk through 2 rooms to get to his bedroom and always gets distracted on the way. I had just got used to his air headedness! The program in Australia costs us about $5250 and every 6 weeks we would have to drive
  2. Hi Gina, I haven't been on for months and I feel a bit guilty, so you may not know my story, but let me give you major hope. With the help of the fantastic people and advice on this site, our family has been able to overcome 99% of the tics. Without this site I would have been on some sort of antidepressant and my kids would not have had a very good quality of life. I had three boys who ticced. One the 8yr old was so bad with the vocal tics I had to take him out of school and homeschool for a year. The oldest who is now 10yrs also had OCD (absolutely no sign of this now) and if you
  3. dear efgh, Using a common sense approach to immunising. In the case of Diptheria and tetnus. These diseases are a threat in places where sanitation is poor, with inadequate sewerage systems and dirty water supplies. Nutrition is poor, no fresh fruit and vegetables or no food at all or clean water. Or where your childs immune system is very low and they continually catch every cold and flu that comes along. Yes you can still get tetnus and it is usually in the soil or can be caught from rusty nails and tin, but please remember the risk is very low, especially if you use antisepti
  4. Thanks everyone for your replies, I think I might give it a go. but I'll have to ask Heather where to get it, I always have yeast problems after Easter due to the copious amounts of hot cross buns I am ashamed to say I indulge in! 1 month of bliss 11 months of trying to fix it! This year I felt it also affected one of my sons who has as much self control as me! I thought we had both developed severe candida symptoms without the thrush, they included being fog headed, tired, wanting to sleep all the time, unable to motivate to do the smallest task, cramping windy stomachs, teary
  5. Hi all, I was wondering if anyone has had success with the threelac product and how long you tried it for. Did it get rid of the candida altogether and did it have any effect on tics, good or bad? I have been looking at testimonials, but I'm not sure if they are real as they seem to come from people who have a vested interest in selling the product. If anyone knows any info I would be most grateful. Thanks Clare
  6. Righty oh there guys, I just jumped on at work to see what was happening and I came across this. Hope you all had a great Easter, without to many tics! We specifically asked for no chocolate for the children, and suggested books and things, but the relatives just can't help themselves, they only bought bags of eggs with about 30 M&M egges each! Then of course there were the usual tears and tantrums and that was just from me! Thanks Claire, for that info, it is good to see you back. Caz and Marina, I have to start from scratch with the diet again, my middle son was today diagn
  7. Angibrandy, here is a site that may help you, on the USA site go into lawyers and click on excemptions (?spelling!) Here is a USA site Australia United Kingdom New Zealand I hope these come up all right. Clare
  8. Hi Angibrandy, I will never get another one of my children immunised again. I have thought about this time and again and I ask myself what if they catch a dreaded disease and are maimed or worse? After a lot of soul searching and by educating myself, my answer is that as long as I am vigilent in building up their immune system with the right food and supplements including heaps of bioflavinoids and giving them plenty of excercise and using copious amounts of common sense, then they should remain disease free. I can of course cope with the odd cold and bit of Croup! A lot of my reading
  9. Wow Chemar, I learn somethng everytime I open this site. For years my son has driven me crazy with having to cut off the labels, and just today he was complaining about the seams in his socks. I had never thought that this was a known problem. I just thought he was whinging about anything he could to get my attention. He also has problems with noise levels and this was part of the problem at school. It was the background noise that bothered him. He has also had reoccurent ear infections and lost his hearing at one stage. He has had 2 sets of gromets, but is fine now as long as he wears
  10. Hi Lorraine, One of my sons who is nearly 8yrs was the same with uncontrollable rages at home. His teacher didn't believe me either and I used to dread the 3pm pick up. He is also very bright, at first he used to tic at home all the time and not at school, but then it got harder for him to hold it in at school and this would cause him the frustration, which ended with the rages at home. I ended up taking him out of school and homeschooling him for most of this year. He had a younger brother at home to play with, so it wasn't too bad with them. His tic has almost completely disappeared
  11. To Simon, The vitamins usually make me calmer, but it didn't stop it fully, if I don't have the vitamins it comes back all the time. To Dylan, The movie called Incredibles has not started yet, but I am hoping to see it with my friend Stephanie. I have got the Egyption God Cards. I have three winged dragon of Ra, two slifer the sky dragons and two obelisk the tormentor. Tomorrow I am getting another deck, because my friend Tyson got a new deck, and in his new deck he got two of the Left leg, one of the left arm and a right arm. And he got the five headed God dragon. And he go
  12. Hi Dylan I got your message but I have to go to bed. I'll write more tomorrow. from connor
  13. Caz, Where is the enzyme derived from? Is it OK for vegetarians? What brand are you using and is it via Naturopath only? Thanks mate!
  14. Hi guys, just letting you know, I'm still reading sometimes, but am doing 2 jobs and have just moved house. Hubby lost job today, so now I'll have to work harder! Kids are feral, and haven't even started the Christmas shopping yet! Oh well, I wonder what new doors will open in the next few weeks! I'll try to keep you posted with the tics. Merry Christmas Clare
  15. Hi Heather, I have to tell you that before your Dr tells you he needs an operation, look into chiropractic or kinesiology to try to fix the problem. I remember talking to one of them about specialists that like to operate, but that it can be fixed relativly easy with other methods. I can't remember which one (sorry) As you know I am wary of "normal" Dr's opinions!
  16. Olive oil is good and you can add it with the flaxseed, but it is high in amines or sals, can't remember which!
  17. Hi Natalie, I would strongly suggest that you look at either the failsafe diet or Feingold. Just put them into search. or www.fedupwithfoodadditives.info this is the fed up site, I don't know the Feingold one. I believe that if you try one of these your child will turn into an angel and you'll wonder what all the fuss was about. As he is still in pre school, it should be easier for you to restrict him with the foods, rather then an older child. Trust that no child ever became malnourished with the restrictions! I would also go back to your previous vitamin plan, just to put your own
  18. Thanks for that Nessie! Since we've been doing the failsafe diet, I have changed to safflower oil. Did you know that when you heat flaxseed oil, it turns into a type of carciogenic? If you are going to use it in cooking, it's best to add it to dishes after you have removed them from the heat. A really delicious salad dressing is a sploosh of- flaxseed (linseed)oil tamari ( wheatfree soy sauce) lemon juice apple cider vinegar ( with the mother) this means it is unpasturised. For the salad grate beetroot white radish (diakon) carrot coloured lettuce- mignonette, those fri
  19. Hi Bean, Does your Dan Dr know about the effect of Salicylates and amines and msg in fruit and veg. These are naturally occuring chemicals. A lot of our natural therapists have rarely heard about these things. I know that it is hard to comprehend eliminating more stuff, but sometimes it just has to be tried. One of our hospitals has released a cookbook for allergy and intolarence sufferers, it list all the recipes with egg free, or dairy free, wheat free. It also focuses on the salicylates and amines in the food. If you need a copy, I would be happy to post one over. Just email me a
  20. To Dylan What are you geting for christmas? I'm geting a gameboy SP, some spy gear but i do not know which one to get. My favourite cousin has a X-BOX, a Play Station and a computer and he even bought his own t.v. but he is 17 years old. What is your favourite t.v show? We are about to go into summer here in Australia starting next month, and the weather has been very hot already and today we went to the river because it was 30max, and on the Saturday it was 35max, hows the weather at your place? from connor
  21. HI JC, I made an enquiry to the Australian Collage of Nutritional and Environmental Medicine. ACNEM The reply gave me the above information and stated that the Drs listed have done the Accredited Nutritional courses. Even though they don't do specific Tourettes, if you phone and explain about this site, they may get the gist of what you want. I personally don't have much faith in Drs natural or otherwise, but I understand that you need them to get the tests done. Good luck. Clare
  22. Hi there, Congrats on your success Marina! I haven't done the no TV test yet, things are really hectic around here at the mo. I couldn't put myself through the arguing factor. Over the Christmas holidays will be easier, cause we can spend endless days down the river. Connor's tics are still bad at the moment, but his teacher has been away and he doesn't like the grumpy emergency teacher!!!!!! I had to take him, to the dentist this morning. His tic was so bad that I worried that they would miss the tooth and get his gum. But as soon as he was in the chair, the tic went. It was
  23. Hi there, I can't remember who I promised this too! But if you follow up this site it lists a couple of medical Dr's that do alternative stuff. Hope it helps Clare www.acnem.org go to referrals-, Aust/NZ and overseas and the list should come up for Singapore and Malaysia etc.
  24. Hi guys I am sorry that it took so long for me to write to you. Dylan and Will I do like yu-gi-oh. I have over 900 cards, but I am not alowd too wach it on tv. Steven I like spunge bob but I am not alowd too wach it. Dylan I do like poke'mon too,I have about fifty cards. from Connor
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