April is Autism awareness month; the perfect opportunity to discuss this incredibly important topic! Why is it important? Because, Autism is currently the fastest-growing neurodevelopmental disorder in the world. It is very interesting to see how much information about this condition is now available; the growing number of eye-opening scientific research being published, there to … Continue reading AUTISM TODAY AND SPRING CLEANING YOUR LIFE!
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!
Today I came across this devastating message from a mother of a child with autism: “I am very confused. My non-verbal son did something very strange, he insisted that I touch him! I am terrified that somebody is sexually abusing my son! I’m terrified and extremely lost in what to do. Please help. WHAT DO I DO?!?!!!” … Continue reading How Nutrigenomics Can Help Your Child With Autism – A Solution For Parents!
Have you ever thought about how children with autism are actually the best teachers for all of us? They are very sensitive to many of the harmful substances and elements around us and manifest their negative reactions to them very clearly. For instance, they try to isolate themselves from the noisy and polluted environment, full … Continue reading HOW TO UNLOCK YOUR CHILD’S POTENTIAL – The Solution For Parents Of A Child With ASD