Many parents that have a child with autism seek alternative treatments for their child’s symptoms, and one of the most natural places to look is diet. We eat to fuel, not to feel full, and diet has a huge role in how we feel and act every day (as anyone who has given their child too much sugar in one day will tell you!). Some parents report an improvement in their child’s autism symptoms when following a gluten free diet, and many try it because it is a relatively small change that can have immediate results.

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Help Us Spread Autism Awareness!

April 5, 2013 at 10:58 am

By: Suzanne Wolke    Since April is Autism Awareness Month, it’s the perfect opportunity to turn our attention to this complex developmental disorder. In the last decade the occurrence of Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) in children has increased drastically, making this month more significant than ever.  According to the Center for Disease Control (CDC), 1 […]   Read more »

What on earth are gluten and casein? Can removing them from my child’s diet really improve the symptoms of autism, Pervasive Developmental Disorder or Asperger’s Syndrome?   Read more »

Autism spectrum disorders (ASD) are developmental disorders that affect children by disrupting their ability to communicate and interact socially. To reduce a child’s symptoms of autism, parents often try alternative treatments such as specialized diets. Lately, the gluten-free/casein-free diet has grown in popularity. Some parents report improvements in autism symptoms with this dietary regimen.   Read more »

As a certified holistic health counselor and a mother, I’ve had my share of experience helping children with disabilities. Over the next three weeks, I will be featuring three disabilities that are increasingly prevalent: Autism spectrum disorder (ASD), Down syndrome and cerebral palsy.   Read more »