Autism and Nutrition: Broaden Your Child’s Diet, Improve Their Life

by Marina Bedrossian, RDN, CDN of Ingredients For Health Anyone familiar with Autism has a general idea about the narrow food selections made by most children, but it is the parents who have a sincere appreciation for the topic. Many parents cringe at the thought of preparing meals, fearing a meltdown when dinner comes to the table. It is for this reason many children eat similar foods each day. However limited food acceptance is so much more than that—it can cause nutrient deficiencies which, paired with other health and lifestyle factors, … [Read more...]

Episode 2: The Autism Diagnosis Crutch

In Episode 2 of James Sullivan's 'Tud' Sense he encourages spectrum adults to break free from using their diagnoses as a crutch. You will find his CAN-DO message inspirational and positive attitude contagious.  He struggles, yes, but he never gives up... Whoever you are, whether or not you are autistic, you are given certain obstacles in life and how you deal with these obstacles defines who you are. [Tweet ""You are given certain obstacles in life and how you deal with these obstacles defines who you are" @jaimetud inspiring #Autism role … [Read more...]