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25 Responses to “Autism: 3 Months on GlutenFree, Caseine Free diet”
  1. electronicoffee says:

    You’re perfect dude ;) Messy or cleaned up!

  2. TaylorWmh says:

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  3. RandomAxOfViolets says:

    you are ADORABLE!! — um, so, how about posting some more vidz?? =D

  4. icaleod says:

    Sugar has the same effect on me. I can’t consume it if I’m to perform any important task.

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  6. SoUbiquitous says:

    Excellent – thank you for posting. This is very educational and not only for people whom Austism has touched, but those with Celiac Disease, Diabetes and countless other conditions. I believe our society is on the cusp of realizing that each of us is biologially unique and that items we each consume affect us in different ways. You demonstrate how each of us is the CEO of our bodies, diet and lifestyles . We each have wonderful opportunities to discover & choose what’s best for us. Bravo.

  7. thelox420 says:

    do you have gastroparesis also by chance, read study asbergers and it could be linked. As I have both, my problem is I don’t eat enough, and have to much sugar

  8. cuntscab555 says:

    interesting stuff. i’ve tried this myself but couldn’t stick to it. it’s two years later, how is it going?

  9. 2autmom says:

    Hi thank you so much for posting these videos. I have two boys and a husband with autism. You remind me so much of my husband! I’ve always wanted to try this diet but I was scared that I would get my hopes up.I tried it once before when my kids were first diagnosed but did not do it right., so I did’nt get results. Thanks you for giving me hope.!! I can definitely do without the mood swings from these three!! :)

  10. martinofam4 says:

    Thank you so much for having made these videos. I viewed your Day 1 and this one & I can tell you your eye contact, which is so important in conversation, was drastically improved in this 3 month video. I just started my almost 9 yr old son on the diet and am really hoping it has the calming effects it has had for you. I hope he sees the connectedness to his daily life and rythmns improve and he gets to enjoy stability in his energy and moods like you mentioned. Thank you again!

  11. martinofam4 says:

    Thank you so much for having made these videos. I viewed your Day 1 and this one & I can tell you your eye contact, which is so important in conversation, was drastically improved in this 3 month video. I just started my almost 9 yr old son on the diet and am really hoping it has the calming effects it has had for you. I hope he sees the connectedness to his daily life and rythmns improve and gets to enjoy stability in his energy and moods like you mentioned. Thank you again!

  12. AspergerDad says:

    I think getting rid of all the chemicals, simple sugars, colors, junk, etc. is 75% of the battle! These other specific diets are relative to the indidviduals and their reaction to specific food elements.

  13. AspergerDad says:

    You have to monitor your own body and pay attention to how each thing impacts it!

  14. AspergerDad says:

    We know two people with celiac in the last year that have SEVERE reactions to gluten! As long as they stick to the diet, life is grand! One slip … and the tummy girgles :(

  15. AspergerDad says:

    Thanks for your reply! He still eats in about 12 seconds, but we’re trying to monitor, give him much smaller portions, drink water in between servings, increase ratio of veggies, especially for snacks — and he is growing taller without gaining weight so it’s better.

  16. AspergerDad says:

    I know there are mixed reviews about her, but based on your comment, you should read Jenny McCarthy’s book “Louder Than Words.” I just saw used ones for under $4 on Amazon. Her son’s diet had (along with a myriad of other things) ended up being the cornerstone of his recovery! He’s still quirky, but speaks, laughs, interacts, etc. Diet won’t cure everyone, but it certainly won’t hurt!!!!! Nutrition has to be the most overlooked part of health care in the world!!!!!!

  17. dave545ify says:

    You remind me of christopher reed superman :)
    good videos with yor explainations, nice job

  18. WindsongPhoenix says:

    you are so gorgeous

  19. csotomayormatt says:

    I am a mom of a 7yr old HFA boy.I have just started this diet with him a month ago and am seeing a happier . heallthier kid .Thanks for giving me the inspiration to keep it up and getting some great inisght that he cant give me yet. Keep up the great videos we really appreciate it.

  20. BumsenDK says:

    I try to tell myself that when i wake up every morning :)

  21. luvebug21 says:

    youre cute;p

  22. Jebbykins says:

    OMG. You are so cute. Aww. I am on a Gluten free diet now. I feel you on the eating something and it doesn’t go over well with your body. It really encourages you to stay gluten free!!! Great video!

  23. luvebug21 says:

    Yes how do you ?

  24. BumsenDK says:

    I dont work at home, no. I have a pretty normal job :)

  25. iamanonymous1 says:

    How do you make money working at home?

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