Autism

For the last 20 years, my work has revolved around supporting individuals with autism and their families as they embark on nutrition intervention. I have also had the honor to participate in published research regarding the benefits of diet for autism. The science is clear, and as the families that work with me can attest, nutrition matters when it comes to health, learning, and behavior, especially in regards to autism. 

Explore our articles on diet and nutrition intervention for autism spectrum disorders.

Make Your Own Broccoli Sprouts
Make Your Own Broccoli Sprouts

Broccoli Sprouts Made Easy 2 TBS broccoli seeds I like Johnny Seeds and Sprout People brand seeds. 1 quart sized mason jar, sterilized (or well scrubbed with really hot water and dried naturally). Put 2 Tablespoons broccoli seeds in the mason jar Fill halfway with...

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Watermelon Popsicles
Watermelon Popsicles

These popsicles are a great treat that’s low in sugar and high in phytonutrients. It’s great for the summer, when the weather is warm and fruit is abundant. But can also be made anytime for a natural, low sugar treat. Try any fruit you like. The sweetener is optional....

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Nourishing Hope in the Garden
Nourishing Hope in the Garden

The last few months have been difficult for me… as I’m sure they have been for many of you. My child has been struggling with tummy issues, our car was stolen out of our garage by a criminal, and we have been dealing with the same stay-at-home (and school-at-home)...

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Sauerkraut Recipe
Sauerkraut Recipe

GFCF/SCD/GAPS/Paleo/LOD/BED/Keto Diet Compliance Sauerkraut is wonderful for digestion and the immune system. It’s also beneficial for our mood.  Sauerkraut is made with fermented or cultured cabbage and other vegetables. When they are made raw, the traditional way,...

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