Special Diets for ASD There are many diets parents say work for their children to improve health, behavior, attention, sleep and reduce autism symptoms. This is a partial listing of the most widely used among them, but they all have something in common – clean, unprocessed foods. We’ve all heard the saying “garbage in, garbage […]
by Holly Bortfeld Click here for the 2013 Webinar presentation slides on Yeast Overgrowth and ASD by Holly Bortfeld The healthy gut contains both yeast and good bacteria, in balance with each other. In many Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) kids, however, one or the other can be out of balance. Bacteria can overgrow, or there […]
Within the first few months after receiving an autism diagnosis for your daughter, you will come to realize that she is a bit more unique than you were previously told.
By Carol Frilegh SCD is proving to be an effective dietary intervention for autism and is receiving recognition from DAN! doctors. Dr. Sidney Baker, co-founder of DAN! and the author of numerous books, has said “SCD is the best treatment that I have found so far for many children on the Autism Spectrum.” What […]
Carbohydrates are found in sugar, fruits, vegetables, dairy and grains. They both exist in either a natural or refined form. Most carbohydrates break down into glucose (a specific type of sugar). There are two types of carbohydrates: simple carbohydrates and complex carbohydrates. Both of these feed yeast. A diet too high in carbohydrates can upset the […]