“This book is a wonderful resource guide written to help those challenged with autism.”-Fran Wenbert, CNC, CNHP, Natural Health Educator
Join the countless other families who have discovered enormous improvement in their autistic children through diet. This comprehensive word-of-mouth cookbook sensation is available now for the rst time in a beautiful full-color edition. Written by a mother of a child with autism and numerous food allergies, this book is a simple and easy guide to preparing family-friendly meals that can improve a child s digestion and immunity. Recipes include blueberry banana sorbet, pumpkin bread, Korean cucumber kimchee, sesame ginger chicken, sweet potato casserole, cornbread muf ns, vanilla cupcakes, and chocolate frosting. All recipes are free from wheat, rice, barley, oat, egg, milk, soy, peanut, tree nuts, sh, and shell sh. All recipes are gluten-free and casein-free, and alternatives to re ned white sugar, such as agave nectar, are offered in recipes that require a sweetener. This book also features twenty highly nutritious raw-food recipes. Includes an easy-to-use index, glossary, appendix, a table of recommended food substitutes, and basic nutritional information about diets, common food allergies, and a guide to reading food labels.
Susan K. Delaine
is an author, mother, and autism spokesperson. She has appeared on ABC News, Better Mornings Atlanta, NBC-30s Health and Wellness Festival, CBS Eyewitness News Live, and Fox 5 's Good Day Atlanta. Her recipes and her story have been pro led in Real Simple, Black Health, Fayette Woman, and the Fayette Neighbor.