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Nutritionist Publishes First Book All About Allergies And Intolerances

Monday 2 April 2018

 

From UK newspaper the Gazette and Herald:

 

Helen Adams
Helen Adams with her new book I Don't Know What to Eat
 

Nutritionist publishes first book all about allergies and intolerances

By Jessica Wells
9th March 2018
©Copyright 2001-2018.

AFTER struggling to find advice to give her clients who suffer from food allergy and intolerance, nutritionist Helen Adams wrote some herself.

The nutritionist, who runs Oakmead Clinic in Chippenham, published I Don't Know What to Eat - a definitive guide to food allergies, intolerance and sensitivities, to help out those in need.

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The book starts with Mrs Adam's own story about her career in nutrition, which started following 11 operations and her son's issues with food.

“Aged ten, Tom had chronic fatigue syndrome and nothing seemed to help,” she said. “He was off sugar, gluten, yeast and dairy and there was no ‘free-from’ aisle at that time. It was very distressing for us all. Imagine as a mother thinking every day 'how am I going to feed this child, I know he’s sick and ill, I’m denying him foods the rest of us are eating and I don’t know what to do?'

“A nutritionist suggested red peppers might be helpful and they quickly became his superfood. Things started to change.”

 

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