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Probiotics and Autism

Many autism experts claim that several types of foods and diets can effectively treat or help children and adults with autism spectrum disorder (ASD).

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Probiotics and Autism - Autism Parenting Magazine

Many autism experts claim that several types of foods and diets can effectively treat or help children and adults with autism spectrum disorder (ASD). Some autism researchers also believe there is a strong link between the functioning of the brain and the gut. But with the very large number of foods and recommended diets out there, how can you determine what works best for your child and adult family member(s) with autism?

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It’s 7:30 am and we are waiting in the car for our carpool friends to meet us.  My happy boy is in the back giggling about something—I will never know what.  An idea has been brewing in my mind for a bit, and I decide today is the day to try it.  I tell my boy that he is big now (four inches taller than me at 15), and he needs to start getting out of the car by himself, just like his carpool friend does. I tell him step by step.  “You need to take off your seatbelt (he mastered this just recently), put on your backpack, open the door and close it, and open [the] other door and get in.”  I confirm with him “OK?” He responds “OK.” His response gives me no confidence this will happen. “Yes” and “OK” are his default responses.  Our carpool friends arrive.  My boy gets out of the car independently and gets into the other car. I even get a wave goodbye.  I send up prayers of thanks.  He did it! All by himself! The other mom is applauding for him and nodding her head at me. She gets it.

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