When health and convention medicine reduces your diagnosis down to one cause and is largely managed with palliative treatment, focused on alleviating symptoms, medication is the logical treatment despite long term adverse effects often. Addressing health with an holistic approach such as nutrition, and beyond meeting nutritional needs, for its beneficial role in many diseases, is better positioned to provide long-term rather than short-term benefits. Disease and health issues rarely happen suddenly, but are a long term slow burning fire that finally over burdens the body until it becomes insufficiently supported and cannot look after itself if current lifestyle and nutrition continues. Continue reading
The link between diet and autism is a grey area.
Removing gluten, dairy especially casein and soy have been not proved the claim that diet cures or causes autism disorder – the term covering a range of developmental problems including autism, Asperger’s syndrome and atypical autism. Anecdotes from caregivers and clinicians, as well as some studies show certain diets can be of benefit to improving behaviour, focus and digestive health, while others show no benefit at all.
If food is primarily regarded as the most natural way to nourish the body, it can be agreed that nutrition influences the health, learning and behavior of children. Continue reading