Posted by Ken | Posted in Children, Food-less food, Label reading | Posted on 20-12-2011
Tags: Allergies, Allergy, peanut allergy, Robyn Obrien
- cell damage
- premature aging
- attacks on our DNA
- low levels of energy.
Says Robyn O’Brien:
Sitting at the table in her suburban kitchen, with her four young children tumbling in and out, Robyn O’Brien, 36 years old, seems an unlikely candidate to be food’s Erin Brockovich (who, by the way, has taken Ms O’Brien under her wing).
Robyn was also the kind of mom who rolled her eyes when the kid with a peanut allergy showed up at the birthday party. Then, about two years ago, she fed her youngest child scrambled eggs. The baby’s face quickly swelled into a grotesque mask. “What did you spray on her?” she screamed at her other children. Little Tory had a severe food allergy, and Robin’s journey had begun.
Robyn O’Brien encourages people to do what she did: throw out as much nonorganic processed food as you can afford to. Avoid anything genetically modified, artificially created or raised with hormones. Don’t eat food with ingredients you can’t pronounce. Once she cleaned out her cupboards, she said, her four children started behaving better. Their health problems, which her doctor attributed to allergies to milk and other foods, cleared up.
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