I am continuing to talk to you about the principle clinical tests you should be aware of in order to properly help your children, and yourself, when necessary. Today we will be talking about stool and stool analysis. As the festive season approaches many parents will have the chance to spend more time with their … Continue reading WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT YOUR CHILD’S POOP
Recently, I have been frequently asked about Food Intolerances. As a result, I have come to the realisation that many people do not have a very clear understanding of what Food Intolerances actually are, or of what role they play in our bodies and brains. Let us, therefore, discuss this topic and clarify the differences … Continue reading Why you may consider taking a food intolerance test!
Are you aware that 1 in 50 children in the US are diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) and that the number of children affected keeps increasing with a 10% annual growth, making Autism the fastest growing neurodevelopmental condition? Is this not astonishing? However, what is even more striking is the fact that AUTISM IS … Continue reading ARE YOU AWARE THAT AUTISM RECOVERY IS POSSIBLE?
Naturally, as parents, we all want our children to be smart, do well in school and achieve their best in life. It is also obvious that to accomplish any task children need to be able to focus their attention for a certain period of time, process the information given in the most efficient way, listen … Continue reading Best Ways to Improve Your Child’s Concentration And Learning!
Today I want to talk about Gluten as recently it has become a popular topic for discussion and debate everywhere. Nowadays in every shop and supermarket we can see some variety of gluten-free products. It has become very “trendy” to try a gluten-free diet and, as a result, gluten-free products are a huge business at … Continue reading Is GLUTEN Really Everybody’s Bad Guy?
Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) is another of the many chronic conditions affecting millions of children and often follows them into adulthood. ADHD includes a combination of persistent symptoms, such as difficulties sustaining attention, hyperactivity and impulsive behavior. Over the past few years, the number of ADHD cases has dramatically increased. According to the Centers … Continue reading How to Feed ADHD Away From Your Child!