Tag Archives: Diet
Foods to Eat that Support Detoxification
One well-known treatment is the use of specialized diets for autism.
While exercise is obviously an important aspect of anyone’s physical well-being, it has been shown that exercise is particularly vital for individuals with autism.
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.
I don’t know about you, but if I eat too closely to the time when I go to sleep, I have very vivid nightmares. Before I give a presentation and share my thoughts with others, my stomach does somersaults and the butterflies come out. Doctors are prescribing anti depressants for stomach and gastrointestinal issues. Clearly the mind and the stomach have some sort of connection, but what is it? Why does it exist? And what does this mean for Autism?
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?
Part Three of our study of Autism Prevention takes a look at the things that you can do right after baby is born to ensure healthy body function and neurological wellness.
It’s important that when your child is diagnosed with Autism that you do not take it as a forever-sentence of turmoil and pain. There are a great deal of success stories surrounding many treatment options. Below are some of the treatment options that are currently being utilized for Autism treatment:
Homotoxicology – it’s not the shortest, or the easiest word to pronounce, but it’s a very intriguing to take a look at the process of homotoxicology and realize how far we’ve come in just 20 years.