- Last Updated on Monday, 20 March 2017 17:34
Deborah Manners BSc(Hons)DipEd
My Journey out of poor health - by changing my foods
If only I had this knowledge in 1996 ... I would have saved myself years of illness. That's why we created the app . . . to share our knowledge with millions of others.
Great Health: the Long Road - or the Shortcut
Back in the 1970s all I wanted was relief - and weight loss. But because there was little information - I took the long road of investigating food intolerance. Years of studying the medical journals - and I got answers! Knowledge really is power.
I had constant symptoms (headaches, anaemia, sinus pain, chronic tiredness, glandular fever, pneumonia, gastro symptoms, frequent virus infections - even after two miscarriages and a life-threatening blood disease - doctors were unable to heal me - or even tell me why.
I had always followed well-known nutritional 'rules' - but had gained many kilos without explanation. For two decades I had dozens of tests and many pills and antibiotics - with all their side effects. But nothing changed.
So I decided to apply my experience and qualifications in Science. In 1995 after months of research in university libraries reading dozens of studies - I tracked down the possibility of food intolerance and began experimenting with foods. Well, what a revelation!
This is the 'after' picture at my son's wedding - I was finally well, energised and so much slimmer!
That was the 'long road'.
- From this we created the Healing Program journal system which thousands of our members used with great results.
- But now there's a New App . . . All our food intolerance knowledge in your hand!
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