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Autism Dietary Intervention


Autism Dietary InterventionBehavioral and cognitive symptoms of children with autism can many times be managed or eliminated through dietary change—an important first step to recovering your child.

Autism Network for Dietary Intervention
Helps parents understand, implement, and maintain dietary intervention for their autistic children.

Celiac Disease Foundation
Provides support, information, and assistance to people affected by Celiac Disease / Dermatitis Herpetiformis (CD/DH)—as many autistic children are intolerant of gluten, although not autism-focused, this website may provide additional insight and support.

CH3 Discussion Group
Database-style arena for discussion regarding Autism and other neurological disorders. Over 9,000 members strong, the discussion group is led by Dr. Amy and is a great resource for those who are in the process of recovery using her protocol. The above link is to the diet section in her support forum, which you must become a member of to sign in.

Feingold Association
Dietary tests to help determine if certain foods or food additives are triggering particular behavioral symptoms. 800.321.3287

GFCF Diet Support Group
Dietary intervention for autistic spectrum disorders.

GFCF Kids
Popular 14,000+ member discussion forum for parents of children on the autism spectrum who are avoiding gluten and casein and other substances in their children’s diets.

Gluten Intolerance Group
Awareness, support, and education for Celiac Disease, Dermatitis Herpetiformis, and Gluten Intolerance.

Parents of Allergic Children (PAC) – Virginia
Non-profit support group based in the Richmond, Virginia area. Founded in 1992, the organization provides support and information to parents whose children suffer from allergies to foods, chemicals and the environment. The main focus of the support group is for children with learning and/or behavior problems due to allergies and nutrition.

Pecan Bread: Kids and SCD
Learn about the Specific Carbohydrate Diet (SCD)—a dietary philosophy that has been invaluable for managing digestive and behavioral symptoms in many children with autism.

Recover My Child
Information about Dr. Yasko’s Autism Educational Starter Pack (ESP) to help you understand that through diet and supplementation you can bypass weaknesses in one’s methylation pathway. To read more about her approach, please refer to her other websites: DrAmyYasko.com, CH3 Parent Discussion Group, HolisticHeal.com, Holistic Health International, KnowYourGenetics.com.

SCDiet ASD Kids
PecanBread.com’s support group with over 4500+ parents who are implementing the Specific Carbohydrate Diet with their Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) children.

SCDiet.net Mailing List
To subscribe to this helpful general (not Autism-focused) mailing list for those on the Specific Carbohydrate Diet, send a blank e-mail to list-subscribe@SCDiet.net for individual e-mails or to list-digest-subscribe@SCDiet.net for the digest version.

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