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Real Food Mum Reviews “Real Food Recovery,” by Mandy Blume
January 20, 2016 It is no secret that diet played a tremendous role in my son’s autism recovery. I consider it a foundational therapy for him, and it was the impetus for me to co-found Real Food Mum. When the … Continue reading
Thinking Moms’ Guide to Red Flags – Keeping Track of Reactions
Our series, Red Flags, is covering very common – yet please don’t consider them normal – childhood issues many parents are seeing these days. If you’re seeing Red Flags in your children, how do you go about tracking what reactions … Continue reading
Autism Recovery and Friendships: You Made It Out of Holland, Now What?
Autism recovery means many things to many people. Our journey has had many twists and turns, improvements, and regressions. I look back at my previously nonverbal child who preferred to sit and spin Tupperware lids, would not respond to his … Continue reading
Giving Thanks, Autism Style
(Shawty submitted this just before Thanksgiving, but we were all so busy with our own holidays, we didn’t get a chance to post it. We hope you enjoy it nonetheless for being a little late.) I am thankful for words, … Continue reading
Making Sense of Supplements: Exclusive DISCOUNT from New Beginnings Nutritionals for TMR
When we speak of treating the medical issues often underlying in autism, we inevitably touch on the subject of supplements: dosing, brand, purity testing, chewable, liquid, taste. So many different things to consider! Sometimes we are guided by our physicians, … Continue reading
5 Easy Tips for Being an Awesome Host to a Family With Food Allergies
Travel can be very challenging for families with food allergies. The sheer logistics of transporting much of your own food can be daunting – the prep work involved, fitting it all into your car or plane – and then there … Continue reading
The Flaw of Herd Immunity in the Face of The New Epidemic of Chronic Childhood Disorders
Have you read the article gone viral on marriage not being “for you”? It was a poignant read and brought about lots of oohs and aahs and sentimentality. It is true. And I see so many parallels between that story and … Continue reading
A New Year, New Hope!
Yet another year has come and gone and I was not sorry to see 2013 go by any means. As I enter 2014, I bring with me a renewed sense of determination, some Zen badass-ness and, as always, HOPE. Our … Continue reading