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Is There An Autism Diet?

Posted by  on Sep 11, 2010
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Recently I held a “Biomed Troubleshoot” session at the Imagine! Colorado offices, sponsored by Autism Society of Boulder County.  Both veteran and newbie parents showed up – parents who had done everything from heavy metals chelation and special diets, to nothing but behavioral interventions – but across the board, the same questions were asked:  Which diet does my kid need for an autism diagnosis?  What lab tests? Special food, weird meal routines, hours in the kitchen making bone broths and nut milks – is it worth it?
Well, there is no “diet for autism”. Every child with autism in my practice is unique. There are several nutrition and GI problems that come up often with an autism diagnosis, and these are treatable. I map those for families, using clinical standards for nutrition assessment as well as functional nutrition lab tests that look deeper for problems. Find the trouble, make a plan to fix it, and children feel, function, learn, grow and behave better. Nutrition perfectly supports and complements all your child’s other interventions. (...) http://nutritioncare.net/diet-for-autism/#.VDvgb2ddXSt



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