Category Archives: Treatment
  • April 16, 2011
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Remember the old, classic food pyramid we were taught in grade school - the one with a huge loaf of bread at the base and donuts at the top? That iconic image has always stuck with me. Only now, I’m rearranging things a bit in order to stretch meals and make the best use of […]

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  • April 16, 2011
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By Julie Matthews, Certified Nutrition Consultant and Autism Diet SpecialistUnderstanding the role food allergies and sensitivities play in autism is key to helping parents implement diet changes for their children.  Food allergies and sensitivities (and their accompanying symptoms) are common in children with autism.  A food allergy (IgE reaction) is an immediate immune response (sometimes […]

  • March 31, 2011
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By Julie Matthews, Certified Nutrition Consultant and Autism Diet Specialist In the past year, diet has become a popular topic of discussion among parents.  With so many children finding benefit and parents talking and writing about the positive changes they see in their children, families are learning about this important intervention.  Both online and through […]

  • March 31, 2011
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When we decided to try the gluten free/ casein free diet I really wasn’t prepared. I heard Jenny McCarthy on the Oprah show and made a rash decision to start, cold turkey, the next morning. Matthew ate scrambled eggs, bacon and orange juice for breakfast whereupon I immediately realized I had exhausted my knowledge of […]

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  • March 31, 2011
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The majority of children I see initially in my clinic are having tremendous difficulties with sleep.  These sleep disturbances can manifest in many different ways: Not able to settle for sleep Not able to fall asleep until very late Goes to sleep well, but wakes up in the middle of the night and is up […]

  • March 18, 2011
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It began the first time my daughter learned to say “no.” Around 12-14 months, she started forming a few words, but none of them came out with more vehemence than “no.” And from that day on, autonomy became a struggle. It’s no different with food. No one likes to be told what they must or […]

  • March 1, 2011
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