Category Archives: Treatment
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  • August 5, 2011
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Eggs are a great source of protein and good brain fats.  They make a wonderful snack in the form of a hardboiled egg. Hardboiled eggs are easy to bring on the go. For kids that are not allergic to eggs, they can be eaten cold, are a good finger food, and an easy source of […]

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  • August 3, 2011
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For gluten-free, casein-free and grain-free diets, prepared foods and even ingredients can be expensive.  Nutrient dense foods like grass-fed meat and eggs raised on pasture are also more costly.  How do you eat these important foods while remaining on a budget?  It’s not as hard as you think!  In fact, by following the suggestions below […]

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  • July 1, 2011
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Not only do we love sauerkraut in our family, but we make “love sauerkraut.”  What do I mean? Are you familiar with Dr. Masaru Emoto’s work, Messages from Water? He has done experiments where he writes a word on a bottle of water and freezes the water into a “snowflake” crystal.  The results are astonishing.  […]

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  • June 30, 2011
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Do the foods that nourished cultures for centuries nourish children today? Are their healing aspects and lessons to be learned?  With our modern industrialized world and the epidemic of autism facing our children, one might wonder if this traditional way of eating is still applicable and appropriate, and if the science is supportive.   From […]

  • June 8, 2011
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I personally think an egg is the perfect food. I love them and could eat them every day and be perfectly happy. Kids, however, may not always agree with me. If you need a break from eggs, or your child has texture issues with them, or they just flat out don’t like them, here are […]

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  • June 7, 2011
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Most mothers know it’s best to avoid sugar, but it’s often easier said than done.  When we have many battles to fight, it can seem easier to overlook this one. So why is sugar bad for you and why should we avoid with autism?  Sugar depresses the immune system and contributes to inflammation.  The immune […]

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  • May 11, 2011
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As you follow a special diet, be sure to include calcium rich foods.  Calcium is an important nutrient to get, especially when you or your child is on a dairy-free (casein-free) diet.   Calcium is important for strong bones, as well as supporting muscle contraction, heart function, and neurotransmitter release.Studies show that children with autism are […]

  • May 4, 2011
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By Julie Matthews, Certified Nutrition Consultant and Autism Diet SpecialistDigestive issues are common in autism spectrum disorders, and fermented foods are a helpful dietary component for supporting and balancing the digestive system.  In fact, beneficial bacteria in these foods support many body systems and processes through the body. Studies by researchers: Horvath, Wakefield, Levy, and […]

  • May 2, 2011
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When I think about my favorite kitchen tools, they have to meet several criteria. To be my favorites, they have to work harder than I do, be budget friendly and serve multiple purposes. Once  you have your very basics (which is a good bread board and a few sharp knives), here are my top three […]

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  • April 26, 2011
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Diarrhea can be defined as a child having anywhere from 1-6 or even more liquid stools per day.  They can be explosive, foul smelling, and have a variety of colors.  Some pediatrician may call it “toddler’s diarrhea” and say it should be ignored, but diarrhea is never normal unless associated with a passing viral infection.  […]

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