Book: Gaps Diet Made Easy - How to Beat Autism With Food - Eating the Right Food to Succeed On the Gaps Diet by Lynda Warwickcategories: Book, Autism Diet, Gaps Diet, Autism Cookbook, Autistic Diet, Gaps Intro Diet, Gaps Diet Recipes, Natasha Campbell-McBride, Gaps Diet Food, Gaps Diet Review, The Gaps Diet, Natasha Campbell, Autism
Lynda Warwickabout this book: Does the GAPS diet help autism?
Parents of children with Autism are learning that making changes to their child's diet along with traditional therapy and medication is showing promising results. Physicians are saying that altering the diet is one of the most promising treatments for Autistic children. Doctors are realizing that the body of an Autistic patient is much different than other children.
Children are recovering from Autism by simple modification to diets and traditional methods. A child with Autism needs very specific care including special enzymes for digestion, dietary supplements, nutrient and fatty acid supplementation.
The answer lies in controlling the diet. When the diet of Autistic patients is controlled parents and caregivers see changes in the GI problems, language, learning and focus, attention, eye contact and sleep patterns.
At the Autism research institute they surveyed thousands of parents and found that when the child's diet was changed there was an improvement of 69 percent.
If you child has autism you need this book.
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