For years, I have wondered if we could be getting it wrong when we assumed that x symptom meant y problem in every patient with autism. Maybe things were being lost in translation more often than we realized, because autism was its own language.
With most adverse food reactions, an important point to remember is that eliminating foods often does not completely solve the health problem. The reason for this is that many food reactions are in fact a messenger for the breakdown of proper immune balance and tolerance.
One of the perplexing problems of childhood autism is the presence of a myriad of symptoms that make it difficult to live in their own skin, hear the sounds around them, digest their food, and enjoy normal sleep. Here we discuss these issues of ‘sense-disconnect’ and how to start reconnecting these kids.