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Personalized Nutrition / Special Diets

Personalized Nutrition/Special Diets

Every child is unique and so are their nutritional needs. Our underlying body systems, biochemical factors, and nutrient deficiencies shape the foods that are best (and not best) for each of us individually. You can gain an overview on personalized nutrition and special diets here.

And explore all of our articles on special diets and BioIndividual Nutrition® strategies (my proven methodology for personalized nutrition) below.

Oxalates and Autism
Oxalates and Autism

In my earlier article about oxalates, I explained how oxalates influence the biochemical progression and symptomatic expression of varied chronic diseases. Through an overarching “lens” of 15 years’ research and clinical experience with autism, I identified multiple...

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Oxalates: Their Influence on Chronic Disease
Oxalates: Their Influence on Chronic Disease

New science and clinical experience reveal concerns about oxalates that far exceed traditional kidney stone pathology. In order to best support their patients and clients, integrative practitioners, and especially diet and nutrition specialists would benefit from...

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Salicylates and Summertime
Salicylates and Summertime

If you were hoping that summertime – a time with no school, fresh air, sunshine, and exercise – would help your child feel better and improve their behavior…. but it hasn’t, then salicylates might be your challenge. What are salicylates? Salicylates...

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The Gaps in GAPS? What you need to know
The Gaps in GAPS? What you need to know

As a Certified Nutrition Consultant specializing in autism for over ten years, I have found the GAPS Diet to be one of the most effective strategies for aiding health and healing. Extensive scientific research indicates that children with autism suffer from...

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Researchers Identify a Cause of Food Allergies
Researchers Identify a Cause of Food Allergies

Food allergies are very common in children with autism, ADHD, and related disorders, and have been significantly on the rise in the last decade. There are many theories and “possible” causes including: the hygiene theory (being too clean), vaccines, eating...

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