I’m a Mom on a mission. In an effort to change our children’s health and get our youngest son to speak we changed our diet. About six weeks before attending the Autism and Asperger’s Conference we removed all milk from our youngest son’s diet. It was a last ditch effort after we had been getting nowhere with his medical issues and his expressive language was non-existent. While we attended the conference and learned about all the medical issues relating to autism; we realized we were on the right track and continued to work with our son as he began speaking as we left the conference and now two years later he is exploding with words and stories.
Over the last Christmas some of his medical issues came back and we searched out some more help thanks to the information we had received from the Conference and we were able to learn more about his health needs and continue our progress in the right direction.
Allergy friendly recipes are hard to find. I love cooking but get so discouraged by the number of ingredients in a traditional gluten free recipe or when something sounds so good but I have to modify to make it work. For the most part we need to be gluten free, dairy free, soy free, egg free, peanut & tree nut free, and citrus free. Hence the name FREE foods! Most people say, “What can you eat?”