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Feingold diet - the feingold diet is a dietary program that was developed by benjamin feingold in the 1970s to treat behavioral and learning problems in children. The feingold diet eliminates artificial food colors, flavors, and preservatives, and it may also restrict the consumption of certain foods, such as salicylates, a type of natural chemical found in many foods. The feingold diet is based on the idea that artificial food additives and certain foods can cause behavioral problems, and it is still used by some individuals today as a treatment for attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (adhd) and other behavioral issues.
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