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Autism: Why does my child only eat certain foods?

By |April 4th, 2018|

Selective eating and autism.
It is not unusual to find children with selective eating habits and it is very common in children with autism. Restricting food intake to a limited number of foods and refusing to eat other foods is a common issue in families with a child with autism. There is a complex interaction of […]

Biomedical focus on autism: Stool Testing

By |March 15th, 2016|

Stool testing is a commonly used for children with autism. It gives us useful information about gut function and the microflora which inhabit it. We are able to gather information about pathogens, yeasts and inflammation along with signs of digestive irregularities. Clinical nutritionists can use this information to infer how these findings might impact the […]

Why I use natural first aid

By |August 31st, 2015|

After my eldest son was born I waivered a bit in my approach to natural health. I suffered with ill-health that natural approaches couldn’t rectify. I succumbed to antibiotics. There was an overlap with breastfeeding my son of just a few days, but those few days were enough to alter his gut flora for the rest […]

Pyroluria, madness and mayhem.

By |May 19th, 2014|

 

Pyroluria, the condition associated with raised kryptopyrroles in the blood, is a subject close to my heart.

This metabolic disorder is genetic and it has the capacity to ruin lives. Yet, there is no real acknowledgement of the condition in mainstream medicine.

Kryptopyrroles are a by-product of haemoglobin synthesis. In individuals with Pyroluria excess kryptopyrroles are produced and are excreted […]

Why do we need special diets for autism?

By |November 11th, 2013|

Autism – more than psychological.
The use of special diets for autism is controversial. This is unfortunate as it can stop parents from discussing with others what a change of diet has done for their child. It also opens up the debate about the causes and environmental triggers of autism, a debate that some people are not willing […]