Finally -- an encyclopedia of help for us GFCF people

Finally, there is a book that covers the use of diet in treating our children with developmental disorders, such as PDD and ADHD, etc. It's called The Encyclopedia of Dietary Interventions.

And, who else would write such a book other than Karyn Seroussi and Lisa Lewis.

I don't like to use this blog to promote too many items (unless they're very worthy), but this is one of those things.

You can read more about the book, and buy a copy, from Sarpsborg Press by clicking here.

Karyn's also promoting the book at a new Facebook group that she's formed called "Special Diets for Autism & Related Disorders."

This is the kind of book that should answer a lot of those questions about what foods contain gluten and what foods are beneficial, and why? So, I'd recommend taking a look at this book.

Comments

This sounds like a great resource!
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jan said…
thanks it can help...
Just stopping by to say that I love your recipes! We can't do rice, eggs, and a whole bunch of other stuff...your recipes have been much help to us! Thanks and take care!
fatima-ahtesham said…
Thanks for sharing
Mary C. Lopez said…
This is really great since even if we are already aware of the effects of a particular food to the special needs of the child, it is but difficult to come up with something exciting. Hopefully this will do the trick for me. Thanks!
It's necessary to make a plan for children... Thanks for giving us tips...
ツイッター said…
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HannahThompson said…
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To explain the benefits of this healthy life style which includes the eating of healthy foods and proper exercise. It is ideal for people who have some knowledge or even no knowledge. I also take helps from mediterranean diet menu.
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Thank you for sharing.
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Kim Smith said…
Thank you for the sharing this information. This sounds like an excellent resource. I am going out to purchase it now. I love reading on healthy ways on eating and dieting. I use Fit Click for all my workout and dieting needs. It has helped me a lot! They have thousands of Free Diets plans that actually work.
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That should be very helpful for the parents who deal with ADHD problems to tackle them better through a better and helpful diet.

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