Category: Diet

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A Guide to Approaching the Holidays with Your Child

Would you like to move through this holiday season with more comfort and ease? Please know that we absolutely want to help you achieve this. Below, we have laid out some steps that will help you create a fun, relaxed and special experience for you, your beautiful child and your entire family. 1) Allow your child…
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Top 7 Autism Books We Recommend for the Entire Family

We have families reach out to us all the time looking for books or resources to really help them understand and ultimately find ways to better support their children with Autism. We have listed our top 7 favorite Autism Books we often recommend for families seeking advice on dietary needs, ways to approach autism, and…
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More on Eating New Foods!

FROM BECKY: This is the last in my series of blogs for inspiring your child to eat new foods. My last two blogs have been about how to introduce new foods to your child, this one is focused more on the technical side of implementing a new diet. When running a Son-Rise Program, it can…
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Eating New Foods!

FROM BECKY: This is the first in a series of blogs on helping our children eat new foods. The Son-Rise Program way. Does your child only tend to eat two or three types of food? Do they turn their nose up at the mere sight of a piece of broccoli or a carrot? Do they…
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A Nutritional and Flavorful Punch to Mealtime!!

From: KimBy pureeing healthy eats like spinach, green beans, sweet potatoes and more into recipes we can add a nutritional (and flavorful) punch to most any dish we make for our children!Here are a couple Make-Ahead Recipes that I found online athttp://www.blogger.com/www.thesneakychef.com : Make-Ahead Recipe #1: Purple Puree 3 cups raw baby spinach leaves*1 ½…
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Getting them to eat

From Gaby:This morning I was looking through some recipes in a magazine to see if there might be some interesting GFCF diets I could use for Christmas. Okay I know it is a bit early but seeing how they very often aren’t that easy to find and I had a bit of free time on…
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Some Specifics of Our Journey with Food

FROM JEANNIE: One of the first problem issues with my son, Carson, which set off the developmental alarm bells with the doctors, was A MAJOR FEEDING PROBLEM. By the age of one y.o., when children are supposed to be starting to gobble yogurt, oatmeal, applesauce, etc, Carson was practically eating nothing. All he wanted was…
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Self-Harm or Communication?

FROM CAROLINA: Many of you have experienced one of these moments – when you’re watching your child do something that looks harmful to his or her body: your son bangs his head on the wall – over and over and over so that he has a little bump or bruise on his forehead; your daughter…
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Love your Food

FROM SIMONE – I was probably one of the fussiest eaters ever. My epilepsy, of the fainting type, made sure I was unconscious most of the day, so I had no time to eat, my multiple food sensitivities meant I vomited several times a day and I grew up seeing food as something that made…
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Time is on my Side

FROM SIMONE: It has actually been some time since I have written my first and last blog as I took a three week break in my home country of Brazil and the internet connection there wasn’t as reliable as I hoped it to be. I came back longing to write about how my son Thiago…
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