When we first went gluten free, we used gluten free versions of the mainstream products we had always eaten. For breakfast we would have eggs or: Van’s Wheat Free WafflesMaple Buckwheat Flakes (which taste like cornflakes–despite the name Buckwheat it is actually more of a fruit than a grain)Nature’s Path Organic Crispy Rice Cereal (like […]

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People who know me know I am on a mission to get parents to realize that they can make better choices about the nutrition and well being of their children. I wanted to make a list of all the articles I come across that are related to children’s health, since I come across so many […]

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This is for the many people who have asked about which vitamins we use. From the research I have done, it appears that being low on one vitamin during a critical period of development can lead to developmental problems. Being low in iron or B12 or zinc can all lead to developmental problems. Other parents […]

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  • [M] - be careful with folic acid supplementation, most kids on the autism spectrum have the MTHFR gene polymorphism and cannot convert synthetic folic acid into the active form (folate). from what i understand. real folate is more expensive/harder to find, but much better.ReplyCancel

  • Tracy - What dosage of each do you give the kids?

    Thanks!
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  • akanouk - I just found your blog today and tried to follow the link to allergy grocer but they had to shut down their business. Can you give me more info on how you flavor fish oil please ? I haven't been able to get my 3 yo to take any, he refuses everything and I think it would really help him.ReplyCancel

My daughter was diagnosed with “Benign Congenital Hypotonia” at 19 months when she wasn’t walking. She had stomach aches and diarrhea from 3-4.5 years old–at 4 the GI doctor wouldn’t test her for anything when I consulted him about her diarrhea and constant stomach aches. She was diagnosed with “Sensory Integration Disorder” at 4 years […]

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