Is your child hyperactive?

Hyperactivity in children can be caused by some food colourings.  Southampton University, in a Food Standards Agency funded research program, identified six key colourings.  Some companies have committed to eliminate these colourings from their foods or have never used them. (See the FSA article.) The advice is to avoid the colourings and to read all labels.

I have these E numbers in my food additives test phials and am able to identify if you or your child is allergic to the colourings AND with kinesiology can desensitise them, eliminating the need to read labels – Aren’t you busy enough!  Please get in touch if you would like more information.

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