Gluten-, Casein-, Soy-Free not enough?
There are many diets parents say work for their children to improve health, behavior, attention, sleep and reduce autism symptoms. They all have something in common - clean, unprocessed foods. We’ve all heard the saying “garbage in, garbage out” this is especially important with children with autism. Bad food in, means bad behavior out. Feeding your special needs child a healthy, allergy-free diet helps with therapy results and behavior. Remember, diet is not age dependent so if your "baby" is 12, 22, or 52, the allergy free diet can help anyone at any age.