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1 Ida Zelaya sensory street, inc.

2  President, sensory street, inc.  Public Speaker / Consultant  Sensory Coach  Health Coach  Practitioner of the Healing Arts

3   facebook page – sensory street, inc.  

4  great stuff in... great stuff out tm  one Moment Meditation  hydration and diet  movement

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6  Plain, filtered water  50% of your body weight in ounces  The best medicine  Most of us are chronically dehydrated

7 Changing Behavior by Changing Your Grocery List Feingold Association (800)

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10 What are synthetic dyes?  Synthetic dyes (colors) were originally made from coal tar oil. Today, they’re made from petroleum (crude oil), just like gasoline.  Petroleum is also used to make artificial flavorings, preservatives, plastic, medicine, pesticides and fragrances.

11  Widely used in foods and drugs  For decades allergists have reported serious physical effects in some patients, including asthma and hives  Has been shown to trigger behavior problems in children. (Lancet, Mar. 9, 1985; Journal of Pediatrics, Nov. 1994)

12  Shown to cause cancerous thyroid tumors in animals  Prohibited from being used in the wax coating on cheese, but allowed in foods and beverages  Can also be used as a pesticide: sprayed on manure piles to kill fly eggs (maggots). (Source: US Environmental Protection Agency)

13  Suspected of causing cancerous tumors in test animals. As a result, Canada banned it.  Considered safe in the U.S. (Source: US Environmental Protection Agency)

14  Approved despite controversy surrounding their safety. (Source: Center for Science in the Public Interest)

15  Not permitted in foods  Allowed in drugs and cosmetics  Can also be used as an herbicide to kill marijuana plants HERBICIDE

16  Dyes that are banned from foods are allowed to be used in medicines.  If a dye is too dangerous to be used in food, why does the FDA allow it to be added to medicines for children?

17  Artificial  Imitation  Synthetic  Vanillin

18  Artificial vanilla flavor  Most are petroleum-based  Used to be made from the waste product of pulp mills Vanillin bottling plants were often built next to pulp mills for convenience  Some people think they’re allergic to chocolate because they get a headache or other unpleasant effect when they eat it. It could be the fake vanilla, not the chocolate.

19  Cancer  Tumors  Cell death  Enlarged liver  Decreased sleep  Learning deficits  Increased aggression See research at

20 You wouldn’t drink gasoline but petroleum is in the foods you eat every day. Petroleum is for cars

21  Aspartame  Sorbitol  High Fructose Corn Syrup  Saccharin  Sucralose  Xylitol  Acesulfame potassium

22 Physicians and researchers have reported many reactions including:  Headaches  Seizures / Brain tumors  Nerve damage  Reduced IQ after pre-natal exposure  Muscle damage  Blindness  Diabetes... and so much more...

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24  Easily distracted & have trouble concentrating  Hyperactive  Irritable, fearful or easily upset

25  Attention and focus  Behavior  Headaches, migraines  Tics, seizures  Handwriting, dyslexia  Hives, eczema  Asthma, other respiratory problems  Eye muscle disorders  Depression, mood swings  Obsessive compulsions  Bedwetting  Sleep disorders including sleep apnea and narcolepsy  Speech dysfunction  Ear Infections  Bipolar disorders  AND MORE!

26  Obesity  Diabetes  ADHD, ADD, PDD, OCD, sensory issues, and more  Developmental delays  Asthma  Ear infections  Depression  Violent behavior  Bipolar disorders

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28  Pork  Textured vegetable protein  Hydrolyzed soy protein  Natural flavor  Sugar  Molasses powder  Maltodextrin  Corn syrup solids  High fructose corn syrup  Invert sugar  Molasses  Corn syrup

29  Ground beef  Textured vegetable protein  Hydrolyzed soy protein  Torula yeast  Autolyzed yeast extract  Disodium inosinate  Natural flavoring  High fructose corn syrup  Maltodextrin  Sugar  Salt

30  Tortilla Flour, salt, baking powder, oil, water  Cheese Milk, enzymes, salt, calcium chloride  Olive oil

31 Cheese Quesadilla served at school (ingredients) Crust (enriched wheat flour, malted barley flour, niacin, reduced iron, thiamine mononitrate, riboflavin, folic acid), water, partially hydrogenated soybean oil with artificial flavoring, artificial coloring, citric acid, baking powder [sodium bicarbonate, sodium aluminum sulfate, cornstarch, monocalcium phosphate, calcium sulfate, salt, dextrose, dough conditioners [wheat flour, salt, partially hydrogenated vegetable oil (soybean, cottonseed and/or canola oil), L-cystine, ascorbic acid, fungal enzyme], wheat gluten, xanthan gum, calcium propionate, potassium sorbate), shredded mozzarella cheese (pasteurized part skim milk, cheese cultures, salt, enzymes, cellulose gum [anticaking]), cheddar flavored mozzarella cheese substitute. (water, partially hydrogenated soybean oil with citric acid, milk protein concentrate, casein, modified food starch, contains 2% or less of the following: sodium aluminum phosphate, salt, cheese blend [cheddar, blue, and semisoft cheese {pasteurized milk, cheese cultures, salt, enzymes}, water, whey, salt, citric acid], lactic acid, disodium phosphate, sorbic acid, nutrient blend [magnesium oxide, zinc oxide, calcium pantothenate, riboflavin and vitamin B12], paprika annatto blend [natural extractives of annatto seeds and paprika with soybean oil, mono-, di- and triglycerides, other flavors, tocopherol, and potassium hydroxide], romano cheese flavor [cheese {milk, culture, rennet, salt}, milk solids, disodium phosphate], mozzarella cheese type flavor [cheese {milk, culture, rennet, salt}, milk solids, disodium phosphate], provolone cheese flavor [cheese {milk, culture, rennet, salt}, milk solids, disodium phosphate, sodium glutaminate, salt], cheese flavor [maltodextrin, acacia gum, 1,2-propylene glycol, trisodium diphosphate, sodium polyphosphate], beta carotene [partially hydrogenated cottonseed and soybean oils, corn oil, beta carotene, tocopherol], vitamin A palmitate, water, tomato paste, shredded mozzarella cheese substitute (water, partially hydrogenated soybean oil with citric acid, milk protein concentrate, casein, modified food starch, contains 2% or less of the following: sodium aluminum phosphate, salt, lactic acid, disodium phosphate, sorbic acid], romano cheese flavor [cheese {milk, culture, rennet, salt}, milk solids, disodium phosphate], mozzarella cheese type flavor [cheese {milk culture, rennet, salt}, milk solids, disodium phosphate}, provolone cheese flavor [cheese {milk, culture, rennet, salt}, milk solids, disodium phosphate, sodium glutaminate, salt, cheese flavor {maltodextrin, acacia gum, 1,2-propylene glycol, trisodium diphosphate, sodium polyphosphate}], nutrient blend {magnesium oxide, zinc oxide, calcium pantothenate, riboflavin and vitamin B12], beta carotene [partially hydrogenated cottonseed and soybean oils, corn oil, beta carotene, tocopherol], vitamin A palmitate, salsa seasoning [salt, sugar, dehydrated onion and garlic, dehydrated jalapeno, pepper, citric acid, xanthan gum, spice, dehydrated cilantro, potassium sorbate], vinegar, releasing agent [water, mono and diglycerides, polysorbate 60 and lecithin, acetic acid, polydimethylsiloxane], cellulose gum

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36 Instead of:  Kool Aid  Jell-O  Cheetos  Sunny Delight  Mellow Yellow  M&Ms  Hershey bar  Froot Loops  Hawaiian Punch Choose this:  Juice, water, sugar  Unflavored + fruit juice  Fritos or natural Cheetos  Orange juice  7-UP (not diet)  Sundrops  Ghirardelli bar  Crispix  Minute Maid Fruit Punch

37  Some parents have found that their child’s autistic symptoms have responded to the Feingold Program.  These additives, as well as natural salicylates, appear to “use up” an essential enzyme that is needed in both the brain and the digestive system, and interfere with the body’s ability to create more of it.

38  Other families have needed to go further and remove dairy or wheat, or all gluten and casein.  There are many ways to treat children with autism, and the Feingold Association helps families locate additional resources but we believe that getting rid of unwanted additives is the easiest first step.

39 Ingredients: White Fudge Coating (Sugar, Palm Kernel Oil, Reduced Mineral Whey Powder [Milk], Artificial Color, Soy Lecithin [an emulsifier], Palm Oil, Salt, Artificial Flavor), Enriched Flour (Wheat Flour, Niacon, Reduced Iron, Thiamine Mononitrate [Vitamin B1], Riboflavin [Vitamin B2], Folic Acid), Sugar, Palm Oil, Corn Starch, High Fructose Corn Syrup, Calcium Carbonate, Salt, Baking Powder (leavening), Natural and Artificial Flavor, Eggs, Soy Lecithin (an emulsifier), FD&C Red #3, FD&C Red #40, Confectioner's Glaze, FD&C Yellow #5, FD&C Blue #1, FD&C Yellow #6, FD&C Blue #2, Carnauba Wax. Made in a Bakery that uses Peanuts & Tree Nuts.

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41 Fruit “Froot” Loops

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44  Increases oxygenation  Increases attention  Increases focus  Increases vocalization  Increases learning

45 10 easy movements to promote wellness, attentiveness and focus

46 Ida Zelaya


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