The Encyclopedia of Dietary Interventions for the Treatment of Autism and Related Disorders
The Encyclopedia for Dietary Interventions is an easy-to-use reference guide. Its alphabetized entries include all the important terms, concepts and theories behind every diet currently being used, as well as a thorough discussion of the diets themselves. The length of entries varies, with long entries for complicated concepts and short definitions for simpler terms. Extensive footnotes will lead the interested reader to primary and secondary references.
Physicians who see patients on the autism spectrum will find the book a useful resource, and will want to recommend it to parents. Parents struggling to keep up with the latest theories will find it a life-saving reference.
"Dietary Intervention is one of the most successful medical treatments for individuals with autism disorders, and a comprehensive reference guide has been long overdue. This is a book I will be recommending for all of my patients." -Jeffrey Bradstreet, MD, Director, International Child Development Resource Center. --Individual review"This book is a godsend for those of us who thought we didn't have the time or energy for special diets!" - Katherine Ebbesen Roer, autism advocate and parent --Individual review Karyn Seroussi is the author of Unraveling the Mystery of Autism and PDD, the story of her son's autism recovery through dietary and other biomedical interventions.Lisa Lewis is the author of Special Diets for Special Kids I & II, the foremost books on gluten and casein free diets for children with disabilities. In 1995, Lewis and Seroussi created an international parent network called the Autism Network for Dietary Intervention (ANDI). Through ANDI, the authors have educated thousands about dietary and biomedical interventions. Thirteen years, three books, countless conferences and fifty thousand emails later, they have put the sum of their knowledge here, in The Encyclopedia of Dietary Interventions for the Treatment of Autism and Related Disorders.
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