Special Guest Sue Dengate on “Sleep with the Experts” webinar July 8, 7:00 pm Sydney Time

Well last night was a great success, and thanks for your positive comments -and it was only the introductory night – so thanks.

Our listeners registerd from Perth, Melbourne, Brisbane, Coffs Harbour, Townsville and Bendigo, and some places I haven’t heard of – where is Deception Bay? …. so don’t think this is for Sydney-siders only.  None from overseas yet, but you can … we’d love to give you the Australian spin on Natural Solutions for Insomnia.

We already have a crowd forming – which is what we expected for this legendary Aussie … By the way, Sue Dengate did a 15 country ‘supermarket tour’ in 2001 to investigate additives around the world, and has had her research published in a UK medical journal so the conversation is not parochial …

Space is limited, as I write this post there are over 100 people already booked.  There’s a buzz happening, and it’s not tinnitis!  I recommend you reserve your place now, so you won’t be disappointed.

Sue Dengate has prepared a special presentation for this group and this webinar, so don’t miss it.  The information is targeted specifically to our sleep-disordered group.

Fed Up With Sleep Disturbances?

Diet can help with sleeping issues, like difficulty falling asleep, frequent night waking, restless legs, ‘weird’ dreams, nightmares, night terrors, and sleep walking in babies, children and adults.

The food chemicals that have been associated with insomnia include artificial colours, natural colour annatto, preservatives, synthetic antioxidants, flavour enhancers and naturally occurring chemicals called salicylates and amines.  Dairy foods and less commonly wheat or gluten can be a problem for some people but are less likely to be a problem than additives and salicylates.  Sleep disturbance can also be the unintended side effect of a medication.

Sue will help people find which foods affect them and their sleeping.

Sue Dengate is a psychology graduate and former high school teacher who became interested in the effects of food additives after the birth of her first child 20 years ago.

She is author of the bestselling Fed Up series, published by Random House Australia.  Her groundbreaking study about the behavioural effects of a common bread preservative was published in a medical journal in 2002.

Sue, helped by her husband Dr Howard Dengate, a food scientist, runs the Food Intolerance Network through the website www.fedup.com.au.  The Food Intolerance Network provides independent information about the effects of food on behaviour, health and learning ability in both children and adults, and support for families using a low-chemical elimination diet free of additives, low in salicylates, amines and flavour enhancers (FAILSAFE).

Sue Dengate was nominated as Australian of the Year in 2005 and 2006.

Attendance at the webinar is free of charge , but limited in number. You will need to book EACH WEEK to attend each expert session – to ensure places are respected.

This webinar series will NOT be repeated. BOOK NOW to avoid disappointment.

Date:  Wednesday, July 8, 2009.  Time:7:00 PM – 8:00 PM AUSTRALIAN EST (Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane)
After registering you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar.


Sweet dreams


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Townsville August 21, 2009 at 5:09 pm

Yeah! I am totally agree with the causes mentioned by you for sleeping issues.


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