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Finding Your Lost Child - Understanding Allergies Nutrition and Detox in Autism and Children on the Spectrum - cover

Finding Your Lost Child - Understanding Allergies Nutrition and Detox in Autism and Children on the Spectrum

Ynge Ljung

Publisher: Morgan James Publishing

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Summary

Shows parents that autistic children can obtain: better eye contact, better speech, healthier guts, better digestion, better diet, less diarrhea or constipation, better sleep, less temper tantrums, and better behavior
Reveals how parents can eliminate allergies in their home
Teaches parents how to read food labels and shop at the grocery store 
Walks parents through a different approach to communication with their non-verbal child

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