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Margaret’s current focus is education of both the public and professionals about the topic of food sensitivities. In the past she has worked with hundreds of families and individuals to help them figure out the underlying cause of their symptoms and she has also spoken to a wide range of groups, organizations and media.

While Margaret will continue to consult with a few clients, her biggest commitment now is to speak to groups and organizations that have a desire to learn about the topic of food sensitivities. The development of the Evans Food Sensitivity Assessment Tool (EFSAT) was born out of this commitment to spread information about the life changing impact that is possible with the removal of an offending trigger food. She continues to see too many adults and children that have issues related to their diet where a few small changes years earlier would have resulted in a significant improvement in their health, learning, behaviour and quality of life.  The EFSAT is widely available through this website and through Amazon.ca.

Below is a partial list of the types of organizations that Margaret is pleased to speak to. Section one of the EFSAT contains a checklist of the types of symptoms that can be influenced by food sensitivities so organizations or professionals that address any of these symptoms would be an appropriate group for a workshop.

  • Prenatal groups, lactation consultants, public health nurses and new parent groups.
  • Preschool and school age parent organizations interested in the health, learning and behaviour of children.
  • Organizations that focus on learning disabilities and learning differences in both adults and children.
  • Organizations that work with families and adults on the autism spectrum.
  • Organizations that work with children facing a specific health symptom such as digestive disease, chronic ear and throat infections, autoimmune disease and other inflammatory conditions.
  • Organizations that work with children dealing with developmental delays such as speech, gross motor or fine motor challenges.
  • Organizations of professionals such as teachers, social workers, education assistants, speech therapists and counselors that support students either in a school or community environment.
  • Organizations that work with adults facing any type of chronic illness or autoimmune disease where the underlying symptoms may be improved if a food sensitivity is addressed. This would include inflammatory bowel disease, autoimmune disease, neurological diseases such as MS or Parkinson’s disease, or diseases related to arthritis and joint inflammation.
  • Medical and health professionals that work in any of the areas listed above where information on food sensitivities would support them to provide more comprehensive and personalized care.
  • The wide range of professionals that work in the area of mental health and addiction with both youth and adults.
  • Any group of people interested in supporting children or adults to live a healthier, happier, and more productive life.

To contact Margaret about speaking to your group, please check out her websites at www.dynamicchoices.ca or www.foodsensitivechildren.com or contact her at either Margaret@dynamicchoices.ca or Margaret@foodsensitivechildren.com

 

I offer a unique blend of nursing expertise, life experience and life coaching. I have a passion for working with anyone, child or adult, who is struggling to find answers to their frustrating health, learning or behaviour challenges.  I have 30 years of experience working in the area of food sensitivities and am committed to helping people solve some of the challenging symptoms that diet and poor digestive health can cause.

Perhaps you are facing some of these issues, yourself, or see them in your friends and family:

  • An infant with colic, constant drooling, or green poop
  • A toddler with chronic ear infections, repeated tantrums, or eczema
  • A school aged child with learning challenges, difficulty staying focused or having trouble getting along with their peers
  • A teenager with acne, mood swings, or migraines
  • A young adult with IBS, an apathetic or disinterested attitude toward life or struggling with fertility
  • An older adult with fibromyalgia, reflux, joint aches, or an autoimmune disease.

The above symptoms are but a few of the many areas of the body that can be impacted by food sensitivities.  For a more complete list, download my free food sensitivities signs and symptom list here.

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I also have a desire to educate groups about the impact food sensitivities can have on many chronic diseases.  I give workshops and seminars to groups of all sizes for people with a wide range of illnesses and challenges.  I have spoken to groups facing the challenges of autism, Parkinson’s disease, Multiple Sclerosis, learning disabilities, gross and fine motor delays, as well as many parent groups concerned about the health and nutrition of their children.  I am happy to customize my presentation to the needs of your specific group.