Read itFeb/Mar 2012 Issue

Living Without's Favorite Book: Special Diet, Special Kids

The mother of a son on the autistic spectrum, Lisa Lewis, PhD, makes the case for the gluten-free, casein-free diet (GFCF) in Special Diets for Special Kids (Future Horizons). This update of Lewis’ award-winning classic contains over 200 new and revised GFCF recipes, along with lifestyle advice that includes money-saving tips on making nutrient-dense foods palatable for picky eaters. Co-founder of the Autism Network for Dietary Intervention (ANDI), Lewis spells out the reasons for making dietary changes, explains the nuances of different special diets and outlines the importance of nutritional testing and supplements. This book, which includes a CD of printable recipes, is a how-to manual to help you master your child’s special diet. A must for families with special kids. LW

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