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I would say that Feingold is worth it. When my oldest son started obvious tics 2 years ago my mantra was 'no stone unturned' for that little guy. Feingold helped start us down the path for Zack and really shed light on the issues we had. Feingold is about removing salicylates from your diet and I remember when Zack had a hand full of grapes and his tics went crazy -- I tell you it was right then that I knew we were dealing with something that was overwhelming his system. A lot of the feingold things are already used by most on the forum - no preservatives, colours, artificial sweeteners etc. We had stopped the feingold when we went to the naturopath but Zack got steadily worse and we shifted back to the feingold, now we use it as a guide more or less but I am definitely glad we did get it.

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we have been using Feingold for a few months and have found it to be a great guide for starting to eat foods without artificial preservatives, dyes, flavors etc..

It definitely has helped my wife with the shopping and determining what she can/cannot buy. Avoiding the artificial stuff definitely helps our son with his tics.

 

Dave

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