Ali amazed her teacher as she was finally able to sit during story time, fully engaged. Family and friends started noticing that she was bouncing less. In addition, she became night- time potty trained … She stopped grinding her teeth at night and started sleeping peacefully… For the first time in her life, our 3-year-old was able to sit through a full 25-minute TV show … She was still full of life and energy, but it was much more manageable More . . .
No more angry rages, no more oppositional defiance, no more ADHD; our silly, joyful 8-year-old is now enjoying life as the child she was always meant to be! I have been raising my 8-year-old granddaughter Arabella since she was 5 years old. Having raised four children of my own, I was no stranger to the joys and challenges of parenting, but raising a child with emotional and behavioral issues was new territory for me.. More
…we were having so much trouble with Aurelia’s behavior that home- schooling wasn’t working either. In fact, living with a hyperactive, over-reactive, defiant, aggressive, anxious daughter had become too chaotic to manage. More . . .
If he’s on the [Feingold] diet, Damian’s an easygoing, fun-loving, wonderful kid. If he’s eaten something that doesn’t agree with his system, he has meltdowns at the drop of a hat, becomes aggressive, and has problems figuring out how to get dressed without help. I know there is no cure for Asperger’s, but with the Feingold Program, my son fits in much better with his peers (and has actually been calm enough for long enough that he’s starting to make friends, too!) More . . .
Garrett was diagnosed with both Oppositional Defiant Disorder and General Anxiety Disorder. … Within three days [on Feingold] … after we told him something that would usually cause a meltdown, and Garrett just said “okay” … We were dumbfounded. More . . .
A small child’s frightening world was caused by the things he ate As a toddler, Garrett would bang his head when he got frustrated; he would go into rages, unable to control himself. …More
I had heard about Feingold from a friend who put her two girls on it. She said that Feingold made them less grumpy. Grumpiness was not my problem. My problem was my 7-year-old who would fly into a rage over nothing. More . . .
Jake was three years old, pushing four that summer, his mom recalls. He was perfect in
every way…except that he had almost no vocabulary… More
Jennifer contacted the Feingold Association in September of 2016. Here is her first email, reproduced
with her permission… More
Where did my sweet little girl go? As she began to eat what is generally thought to be “normal” food, Jessica’s behavior changed dramatically. Her mom Debbie writes, “As an infant and toddler, Jessica was an easy spirit. I could take her anywhere and know that she would be a good little kid.”..More
The huge issue for him was always the terrible migraines. After starting Feingold, Joe says, “I didn’t have migraines any longer, so missing out on ‘treats’ wasn’t a sacrifice. It was great to feel better.” Moreover, as the additives were removed, Joe’s sensitivity to sound diminished. He was able to sit through a service at church, play the bass in a band, and run the sound equipment, too! More . . .
My child’s symptoms are severe; how can a simple change in food make a real difference? A switch from brand A to brand B may seem simple but removing toxic chemical additives from a child’s diet is not a simple matter… More
… she frequently fell out of chairs … talked a-mile-a-minute but never really said anything… visual processing problems, constant diarrhea … short-term memory problems, restless sleep, migraines, and dyslexia. [Her doctors] were in shock that all we did was change her diet … More . . .
Michael is now 22 years old and has a busy schedule as a care-giver and professional
photographer. He shared his history, which goes back to an orphanage in the Ukraine, where
he lived until he was 7 years old… More
For most of his school years, Nathan slid through the cracks. He was in a gifted program but performed well below what his teachers knew was his potential. [In 7th Grade] Nathan began taking Concerta, and while it helped reduce the symptoms, we were continually having to increase his dose. What’s more, in the evening when the effects of the drug wore off, the behavior problems accelerated. More . . .