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Overweight mothers with either Type 2 or gestational diabetes may be more likely to have a child with autism or with other developmental disabilities according to a recent study conducted by the University of California – Davis.
10 Diet Tips for Autism
Nutritional supplementation can provide big changes for children with Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD).
Last week, we took a look at the two main approaches to treating Autism. The conventional means of treatment often has to deal with treating the symptoms of Autism with medication. Ridding your child of the often damaging and life-altering symptoms seems like it would be a good idea, but when you think about it, what are you treating? Do you have any chance of helping the problem itself get better if you’re just focusing on the side effects?
Over the last two weeks, we’ve looked at Dr. Wong’s new Enhanced Biofilm Protocol. If you’d like to play catch-up, check out our most recent two posts on Enhanced Biofilm Protocol: Perfecting the Process: Part I: and Part II: Liver Detoxification and Vitamin D Deficiencies. This week, we’ll take a look at the remaining steps in Dr. Wong’s new biofilm protocol that focuses on targeting body toxins, removing them, and healing the body of Autistic children.
Protein is an essential nutrient that is needed by everybody, everyday as it helps repair body cells, provides a source of energy, as well as regulates metabolism. It also activates the production of the body’s natural detoxifying enzymes. These enzymes then break down the toxins into water-soluble substances so that they can be released from the body. Relatively easy, right? We are going to take a little bit of a turn though, and explore the different kinds of protein. Yes, there are different kinds, and each has it’s own unique benefits to the body.
More and more studies are finding that having an excessively acidic body is the cause of many things from indigestion to severe depression to behavioral problems.
The problem lies in that many people think that they are eating good foods that are high in nutritional value, while they are in fact high in acid content.
So what foods should you give your child to assure a well balanced, lower acid diet?