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Environmental Toxins Copy

Environment toxins have an effect on all children and adults, especially those on the autistic spectrum. It is not thoroughly known whether environmental toxins are an underlying cause of autism that can change biochemistry (like mercury), or if they can damage genetic matter and turn on/off genes. What is known is that environmental toxins such […]

Study on Gluten Sensitivity in Autism Sheds Further Light on the Gluten-Free Diet Copy

By Julie Matthews As a Certified Nutrition Consultant specializing in autism, I’ve spent the past twelve years researching and explaining the underlying scientific rationale for dietary intervention for affected children. The Research I’m surprised to still hear people say, “there is no research to support diet for autism.”  Of course there is, if anyone would […]

Kale Salad with Creamy Dressing (Low Oxalate RECIPE)

1 cup of arugula 2 cup of chopped romaine lettuce 1 cup lacinato kale leaves (de-stem, tear into pieces and massage) 1 red bell pepper chopped (or 5 mini bell peppers, sliced) ½ avocado 1 teaspoon roasted pumpkin seeds (sprinkle on individual salad, optional, 1 mg oxalate) 4 servings, 3.5 mg oxalate per serving  

Creamed Kale (GFCF)

By Romilly Hodges MS CNS Diet Compliant: GFCF, SCD, GAPS, Paleo, Egg-Free Yields 4-6 servings, cook time 30 minutes.  You’ll need a food processor for this recipe. Ingredients: 3 tbsp olive oil 2 medium onions, chopped 2 medium bunches of washed kale, stems removed and roughly torn into pieces (you can also use 4-5 cups […]

  By the time our daughter was nine months, we noticed that she seemed to be lagging behind her developmental milestones, but by the time she was 12 months it became apparent that she lagged behind in speech and gross motor movements. As in most cases, our general practitioner expressed some mild concern but continued […]

Nourishing Hope Success Story: Getting Your Hope’s Up with Ben Levin

[This is part of our series: Getting Your Hopes Up: Stories of Healing Thru Diet and Nutrition – stories directly from mothers and fathers, on their experience using food and nutrition to help heal their child with autism, ADHD, and other developmental delays.] Ben Levin is now 14 years old. He’s lost his diagnosis of autism and […]

Practitioner Spotlight: Susan Levin

Tell us about your specialty and clinical focus, and how you incorporate BioIndividual Nutrition into your practice? I have two sets of clients. One set is parents of children with autism. When I work with them I do an initial comprehensive assessment of many different lifestyle factors, with a strong emphasis on nutrition. I encourage […]

Nourishing Hope Success Story: Getting Your Hopes Up With James

 [This is part of our series: Getting Your Hopes Up: Stories of Healing Thru Diet and Nutrition – stories directly from mothers and fathers, on their experience using food and nutrition to help heal their child with autism, ADHD, and other developmental delays.] We have a new story of hope to share with you! Angela and Dan’s son […]

2018 in review… It’s not all sizzle

The end of the year is a time for reflection and appreciation of all we have. And maybe a look to the future, of what we want to create next. So here’s the good, the bad, and some hope… Life is not always easy. Maybe you can relate. This year: Our websites crashed and the […]

Parents Respond to Forbes Inaccurate Diet Article

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