Boy Recovers From Autism Due To Gluten-Free, Dairy-Free Diet

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He Was Placed on Gluten-Free and Dairy-Free Diet

This is a real story about a one-year-old boy, Ethan, who was in 2006 diagnosed with Autism and he wouldn’t sleep more than 2 hours- day or night.

After 20 months in a row of Ethan not sleeping and limited response to other interventions his autism progressed so he was placed on a gluten-free, and dairy-free diet. Within 3 days Ethan showed marked improvement in medical symptoms and was sleeping through the night

By changing the diet, the gut-brain connection can improve. It is also important to know that many children with autism have a sensitivity to wheat. This is linked to the children’s higher level of antibodies that react to the gluten found in wheat and fight it like it’s a foreign object in the body.

In the Journal of Child Neurology was published a case study that confirms the gluten-free food has huge potential to reverse the severity of seizures and autism.

People often pull back from the concept that a gluten-free diet may improve the condition of autistic children. However, many who have tried it confirmed that the progress cannot be seen from the academic publications but in the gluten-free pudding.

They suggest trying this method because there is nothing more convincing than seeing improvement with your own eyes.

According to Dr. Bock, there are 5 steps healing program that should be followed”

1)         Decrease the environmental exposures

2)         Dietary modification

3)         Nutritional supplementation

4)         Detoxification

5)         Medication

Also, he suggested to

–           Eat more organic foods

–           Don’t microwave the foods in the plastic

–           Stay away from the pesticides

–           Stay away from the fast food

Watch the video for more details:

 

Source:

–           https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/23666039

–           http://www.greenmedinfo.com/blog/wheat-missing-piece-autism-puzzle

–           https://youtu.be/3qR6aDkVjYY

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