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About Nourishing Hope for Autism: Biomedical intervention is one of the most promising areas parents have to find hope for recovery. It begins with diet. Autism is treatable.
Nourishing Hope for Autism is an autism diet book for parents that provides the scientific explanations for why and how autism diets work to help recover children from symptoms of autism. It shows how to successfully implement diets and cook creatively for families - even picky eaters! Used by parents and autism physicians, this book gives practical steps for dietary intervention, a roadmap for getting started as well as evolving and customizing the varied approaches.
Nourishing Hope is:
1. The first biomedical autism diet intervention guide for parents and physicians
2. A practical application of diets and cooking instruction
3. In depth research and science backed literature
4. The first and only autism cooking class DVD on the market
5. A book and DVD specifically created by a veteran Defeat Autism Now! (DAN!) Practitioner
Learn about the critical connection between the nutrients that go into the digestive system of the child with autism and the impact they have on the child's brain. Parents are using this teaching today to bring about real recovery results:
* Improved digestion
* Reduced gastrointestinal pain
* Less rash or eczema
* Physical pain relieved
* Aggressive behavior ceases
* More language
* Ability to focus
* Sleeping through the night
* Making eye contact
* Easier toilet training
About the author: Julie Matthews is a leading US autism nutrition expert and Defeat Autism Now! (DAN!) Practitioner helping parents worldwide find hope and healing for their children on the spectrum.
As demonstrated by pediatricians, scientific data, and parental experience, autism diets can help relieve some of the symptoms of autism. Julie has educated over 10,000 parents and clinicians at leading autism conferences about autism diet, nutrition, supplementation, enzymes, probiotics, meal planning and healthful cooking. She effectively guides parents as they apply autism diet and nutrition intervention for their child as a complement to behavioral and other conventional treatments. Through her autism nutrition practice, Julie provides one-on-one parent counseling, an online resource center, and autism diet intervention tools. She welcomes families from diverse backgrounds from cities, suburbs, towns and rural areas in the US and abroad. Visit http://www.nourishinghope.com/.