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Autism Food List - Snack Ideas
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Autism Food List - Snack Ideas

Life can be crazy at times, and planning healthy snacks is often forgotten in the busyness of life. That’s okay - we’ve got some snack ideas that you can add to your autism food list. From no-prep, to grab-and-go, to easy recipes, we’ve got y Read More

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Food Allergies vs Food Sensitivities - What's the Difference?
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Food Allergies vs Food Sensitivities - What's the Difference?

Food allergies, sensitivities, intolerances… aren’t they all the same?! My answer is a hard NO. While these terms may get mixed up in basic conversation, they all have varying meanings and can indicate very different reactions. Read More

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Gluten-Free Diet for Autism
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Gluten-Free Diet for Autism

“A gluten-free diet can be extremely helpful for some children on the autism spectrum, though it’s important to evaluate for gluten sensitivity to ensure the best results” Read More

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How Can a Dietitian Help with Autism?
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How Can a Dietitian Help with Autism?

“From selective eating and Candida overgrowth to food sensitivities and weight management, a Registered Dietitian can play a vital role in your child’s health and development.” Read More

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Mitochondrial Dysfunction and Autism: What You Need to Know
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Mitochondrial Dysfunction and Autism: What You Need to Know

“...the better a species does at protecting it’s mitochondria, the longer a species lives.” — J. PIZZORNO Read More

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Probiotics for Autism
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Probiotics for Autism

Many children on the autism spectrum experience gut issues - in fact, children with autism are 4 times more likely to report GI symptoms when compared to children without autism. While there are several factors that may cause this, one of the key pr Read More

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Sensory Processing Disorder - How It Can Cause Picky Eating & More!
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Sensory Processing Disorder - How It Can Cause Picky Eating & More!

“Since eating is one of the most sensory-rich experiences we encounter, it’s logical that trying new foods can be overwhelming for those with Sensory Processing Disorder.” Read More

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Sleep Tips for Your Child with Autism or ADHD
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Sleep Tips for Your Child with Autism or ADHD

“Over half of children with autism – and possibly as many as four in five – have one or more chronic sleep problems.” — AUTISM SPEAKS Read More

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The 5 Best Supplements for Restful Sleep
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The 5 Best Supplements for Restful Sleep

“It’s estimated that 2/3 of children with ASD struggle with moderate sleep disturbances.” — SOUDERS ET AL [1] Read More

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The Best Non-Dairy Milks {+ How to Make It Yourself!}
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The Best Non-Dairy Milks {+ How to Make It Yourself!}

A dairy-free diet is a necessity for many people, including many individuals on the autism spectrum. Most often, the removal of dairy from the diet is due to an allergy, sensitivity, or lactose intolerance. Some people prefer to remove dairy from the Read More

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The Difference Between Picky Eating & Problem Feedi
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The Difference Between Picky Eating & Problem Feedi

“The odds of a child having a feeding problem are 5 times greater in a child with autism.” — SHARP, W.G. ET AL Read More

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The GFCF Diet for Autism
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The GFCF Diet for Autism

You may have heard about the GFCF diet for autism - it’s been around for a while, and many have differing opinions on its effectiveness. Some have labeled it a fad diet, while others swear by its effectiveness. While the scientific evidence avail Read More

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5 Tips to Get Your Child to Take Supplements
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5 Tips to Get Your Child to Take Supplements

“Finding the right supplements for your child is only part of the struggle. Getting your child to take the supplements can be the biggest feat!” Read More

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6 Ways to Calm Anxiety Naturally
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6 Ways to Calm Anxiety Naturally

“Children with autism are at higher risk for anxiety and depression than the general population. Nutrition can help prevent and manage anxiety, especially when targeting the root cause.” Read More

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5 Ways to Treat Iron Deficiency in Autism
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5 Ways to Treat Iron Deficiency in Autism

Iron deficiency is the most common nutritional deficiency worldwide, affecting more than 25% of the population [1]. Iron is an essential mineral that is a vital component of our red blood cells and enables us to transport oxygen to our cells via hemo Read More

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