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Autism And Nutrition

With autism among children rising to astounding rates of 1 in 150 children worldwide, it is
the fastest growing childhood epidemic of our time. The number of children affected by this
whole-body disorder is expected to rise even further over the next decade. According to
research reports, more children will be diagnosed with autism this year than cancer, diabetes,
Downs Syndrome and AIDS combined. Approximately 1 million individuals in the United
States have autism---as of today, there is no known cause and no known cure.

You know the statistics. You are keenly aware of how interesting your path has become-a life
you didn't exactly imagine you would be in. You see the autism awareness ad campaigns on
television. You hear a new president dedicate himself to helping children with autism through
research dollars and insurance coverage requirements. You are connected to your local
autism support group. You participate in lively debate over genetics, vaccines, ABA therapy
and a new topic-biomedical intervention and autism diets.

You may be watching your child carefully stack cans on top of one another---over and over
for hours, instead of playing with toys and other children. You serve French fries day after
day, because they might be the only thing your child will eat. You've decided that "hope for
recovery from autism" is an interesting collection of words-but do they really fit into your
world? Autism And Nutrition

You hear the word "recovery" more and more lately. How can your child recover from autism?
Is it really possible? Parents you know are coming back from conferences enlightened and
hopeful. The terms "biomedical intervention" and "autism diet" are rising to the top of
conversations, literature and web sites. Of course you would be curious.



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Pursuing recovery is not about "curing" autism. Pursuing recovery is about believing in and
taking action toward improved health and healing. The term "recovery" is best explained by
esteemed autism organizations such as Autism Research Institute and Generation Rescue, the
use of this term is intended to convey the extent of the possibility that exists for these
children--to reach their potential of health and happiness - whatever that may be. As Jenny
McCarthy analogy explains, while you can't be cured of getting hit by a bus, you can recover.
Indeed, thousands of children have, and are, recovering from autism.

Many parents today are learning things they can do to help their children thrive and pursue
recovery. Autism pediatricians, researchers and nutritionists are now suggesting that parents
consider implementing autism diets, autism-specific nutrition and specialized
supplementation, in addition to traditional behavioral therapy and other proven treatments.

Doctors now know that the body of the child with autism is quite unique and requires very
specific care-special enzymes for digestion, medical treatment for yeast infections and other
conditions found during testing, attention to digestive issues, special dietary requirements
(autism diets), nutrient and fatty acid supplementation, behavioral therapy and more. Autism
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