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    Quote Originally Posted by Albert01 View Post
    @MrsTickle, can I ask what tests you started off with?
    @Sonja, I don't know what the answer is but I've been meaning to read a book by Dr Laura Markham on this issue. I think the book is called 'Peaceful Parent, Happy Siblings'.
    Great book recommendation. I will follow that up.

    Albert, we attended a GP initially who ordered full blood tests (to determine general health, not iGg antibody testing or anything whacko like that) faecal and urine tests. We've known him for a long time and he's a good diagnostician. When they came back, he ordered further tests on the liver and a mineral count I think it was? We were then referred to another doctor specialising in allergies and they underwent a series of physical tests pertaining to foods.
    There were more tests after that and we commenced our regimen.
    From a personal point of view, I wasn't surprised to find a sensitivity, was RELIEVED to know it wasn't an allergy but totally dumbfounded at how sugar really has its grip in the most insidious of ways. I am not so quick to dismiss Sarah Wilson (I Quit Sugar) anymore!

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    Just a quick update we went away for a few days to the beach and the kids were great. I was really stressed about how they would all get along and everything was fine. I think the kids all need to get back to school. My girls have been off for 2 months. I haven't done much by way of activities in the last fortnight and I think they are actually relaxed and wound down.

    Will see how it goes once school resumes. I'm also working on not getting myself worked up about things and just go with the flow more.

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