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Uploaded on Oct 20, 2010
http://www.autismisreversible.info - Virtually all children diagnosed with Autism also have serious digestive problems, which can include constipation, gas and bloating, indigestion, ulcers, and more. Poor digestion means poor nutrition uptake, which can lead to multiple health challenges. Fortunately, there are a number of things parents can do to help their child improve digestion, including diet change and the addition of specific supplements.
In this video I talk with Kristin Selby Gonzalez, Director of Autism Education for Enzymedica, a digestive enzyme company. Ms. Gonzalez is a parent of a child on the Autism Spectrum, and shares how changing her son's diet to a casein-free/gluten-free diet and the use of Enzymedica Digestive Enzymes really helped improve his health, and thereby even mitigate some of the symptoms associated with Autism. She also recommends Probiotics and omega 3 fatty acids -- such as flax oil and fish oil -- as starting points for parents who have an Autistic child.
If you have a child with Autism, there is hope. Find a DAN! doctor near you and visit him/her. Parents have recovered children - either fully, or mostly - because of the alternative medicine steps they took, and so can you.