Eating Sugar Can Lead To Autism (and Dumping Sugar Can Reverse It!)

Publish Date : 2021-01-23 09:33:16


Eating Sugar Can Lead To Autism (and Dumping Sugar Can Reverse It!)

Good results are always inspiring, but sometimes they can be gratifying beyond words. I started working with the son of a long-standing nutrition client several years ago. The process of working with her son took a while to take full effect, but the information she sent me a few weeks ago seemed almost miraculous.

I had worked with the mom ("Felicia") for various reasons: to improve stamina for endurance events, improve digestion, eliminate symptoms of low blood glucose, improve sleep, and diminish symptoms of seasonal allergies.

Even with all of that, Felicia's greatest concerns were for her son ("Tim"). He was born with a congenital heart defect that Felicia and her husband learned was one aspect of a chromosomal defect called VCFS. As Tim entered adolescence, he began showing a variety of symptoms: bipolar disorder, autism, ADHD, perseverative speech, and more. Tim was seen by doctors at university hospitals across the U.S., participated in NIMH studies, and was under the care of an extensive team. The team included psychiatrists, neurologists, psychologists, pediatricians, speech therapists, geneticists, and several different specialists.

The doctors prescribed an antipsychotic drug for Tim that had a strong effect on both his food preferences (he began eating junky foods that contained little nutrition) and his appetite (he never seemed satiated and would keep eating and eating if left on his own).

Tim was finally taken off the medication because it was black-labeled for patients with heart conditions. It was then that Felicia asked me to meet with him.

Felicia seemed surprised that I was able to create a rapport with Tim, and I'll admit it wasn't easy. But Tim had started playing golf and was becoming enthusiastic about athletics, and I was an athlete, so that became our common ground and starting point.

My nutrition suggestions were simple and easy to follow. The great part is Tim followed them. He also became my email buddy, sending frequent questions to me over many months, which gave me more and more chances to help him go beyond the suggestions in our first few appointments.

Felicia said Tim added nutrition to the list of topics that fascinated him. She told a couple of amazing, emotional stories about how he changed from "a monster in the house" to a son they could communicate with, and how he called her one day to ask how her day was and told her - for the very first time - that he loved her.

The end of this story continues to be wonderful. Tim is currently working as a certified personal trainer at a reputable fitness club, and his last psychiatric exam showed "no evidence of mental illness."

This astonishing transformation was made possible by increasing protein in Tim's diet, eliminating sugar and white flour, and increasing healthful fats (particularly omega-3s). Other changes along the way helped, too, but these were primary.

Tim's story is fantastic, of course. It's also possible to reverse metabolic disorders in pregnant women and stop autism before it starts.

Good results are always inspiring, but sometimes they can be gratifying beyond words. I started working with the son of a long-standing nutrition client several years ago. The process of working with her son took a while to take full effect, but the information she sent me a few weeks ago seemed almost miraculous.

I had worked with the mom ("Felicia") for various reasons: to improve stamina for endurance events, improve digestion, eliminate symptoms of low blood glucose, improve sleep, and diminish symptoms of seasonal allergies.

Even with all of that, Felicia's greatest concerns were for her son ("Tim"). He was born with a congenital heart defect that Felicia and her husband learned was one aspect of a chromosomal defect called VCFS. As Tim entered adolescence, he began showing a variety of symptoms: bipolar disorder, autism, ADHD, perseverative speech, and more. Tim was seen by doctors at university hospitals across the U.S., participated in NIMH studies, and was under the care of an extensive team. The team included psychiatrists, neurologists, psychologists, pediatricians, speech therapists, geneticists, and several different specialists.

The doctors prescribed an antipsychotic drug for Tim that had a strong effect on both his food preferences (he began eating junky foods that contained little nutrition) and his appetite (he never seemed satiated and would keep eating and eating if left on his own).

Tim was finally taken off the medication because it was black-labeled for patients with heart conditions. It was then that Felicia asked me to meet with him.

Felicia seemed surprised that I was able to create a rapport with Tim, and I'll admit it wasn't easy. But Tim had started playing golf and was becoming enthusiastic about athletics, and I was an athlete, so that became our common ground and starting point.

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My nutrition suggestions were simple and easy to follow. The great part is Tim followed them. He also became my email buddy, sending frequent questions to me over many months, which gave me more and more chances to help him go beyond the suggestions in our first few appointments.

Felicia said Tim added nutrition to the list of topics that fascinated him. She told a couple of amazing, emotional stories about how he changed from "a monster in the house" to a son they could communicate with, and how he called her one day to ask how her day was and told her - for the very first time - that he loved her.

The end of this story continues to be wonderful. Tim is currently working as a certified personal trainer at a reputable fitness club, and his last psychiatric exam showed "no evidence of mental illness."

This astonishing transformation was made possible by increasing protein in Tim's diet, eliminating sugar and white flour, and increasing healthful fats (particularly omega-3s). Other changes along the way helped, too, but these were primary.

Tim's story is fantastic, of course. It's also possible to reverse metabolic disorders in pregnant women and stop autism before it starts.

Good results are always inspiring, but sometimes they can be gratifying beyond words. I started working with the son of a long-standing nutrition client several years ago. The process of working with her son took a while to take full effect, but the information she sent me a few weeks ago seemed almost miraculous.

I had worked with the mom ("Felicia") for various reasons: to improve stamina for endurance events, improve digestion, eliminate symptoms of low blood glucose, improve sleep, and diminish symptoms of seasonal allergies.

Even with all of that, Felicia's greatest concerns were for her son ("Tim"). He was born with a congenital heart defect that Felicia and her husband learned was one aspect of a chromosomal defect called VCFS. As Tim entered adolescence, he began showing a variety of symptoms: bipolar disorder, autism, ADHD, perseverative speech, and more. Tim was seen by doctors at university hospitals across the U.S., participated in NIMH studies, and was under the care of an extensive team. The team included psychiatrists, neurologists, psychologists, pediatricians, speech therapists, geneticists, and several different specialists.

The doctors prescribed an antipsychotic drug for Tim that had a strong effect on both his food preferences (he began eating junky foods that contained little nutrition) and his appetite (he never seemed satiated and would keep eating and eating if left on his own).

Tim was finally taken off the medication because it was black-labeled for patients with heart conditions. It was then that Felicia asked me to meet with him.

Felicia seemed surprised that I was able to create a rapport with Tim, and I'll admit it wasn't easy. But Tim had started playing golf and was becoming enthusiastic about athletics, and I was an athlete, so that became our common ground and starting point.

My nutrition suggestions were simple and easy to follow. The great part is Tim followed them. He also became my email buddy, sending frequent questions to me over many months, which gave me more and more chances to help him go beyond the suggestions in our first few appointments.

Felicia said Tim added nutrition to the list of topics that fascinated him. She told a couple of amazing, emotional stories about how he changed from "a monster in the house" to a son they could communicate with, and how he called her one day to ask how her day was and told her - for the very first time - that he loved her.

The end of this story continues to be wonderful. Tim is currently working as a certified personal trainer at a reputable fitness club, and his last psychiatric exam showed "no evidence of mental illness."

This astonishing transformation was made possible by increasing protein in Tim's diet, eliminating sugar and white flour, and increasing healthful fats (particularly omega-3s). Other changes along the way helped, too, but these were primary.

Tim's story is fantastic, of course. It's also possible to reverse metabolic disorders in pregnant women and stop autism before it starts.



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