I received this Important e-mail on May 31, 2018 – You need to see this.
Arizona State University Study Proves
That Nutrition And Dietary Intervention
Effective at Improving Autism
Contrary to historical medical beliefs and public education and perception, new controlled twelve-month study by Arizona State University professor shows a direct and irrefutable correlation between nutrition and healing autism symptoms.
“The positive results of this study confirm that a comprehensive nutritional and dietary intervention is proven and effective in improving non-verbal IQ, Autism behaviors, developmental age, and other symptoms in most individuals with ASD,” says Dr. James Adams, Director of the Autism/Asperger’s Research Program at Arizona State University.
Click Here to Download the Study
The study measured the effects of six nutritional interventions introduced over the course of a year, including supplementation and a healthy allergen-free diet.
Click Here To Read The Complete Press Release Alexandrea- The bloggers comments- I’ll put the URL/link to this on this blog in a separate post. Many people will be able to understand the Press Release. It is much shorter and easier to digest then the full study which is more suited for health professionals who specialize in helping this community. The full study is also for parents and HF adults who can understand the full study. And those whom can accept the realities it supports.
To your health,
Julie Matthews, Founder, BioIndividual Nutrition Institute
Founder, Nourishing Hope for Autism
Knowing me, you know I have either allot in common with you or someone you care about. Or have in the past. This puts me in a very unique position to help you and so many others. But, everyone needs support and excellent education. That’s why I could really use this scholarship to Full Body System’s (FBS).
I’d love your support if you like my video! Or if you find interesting! I have tons of Sensory Processing Disorder solutions! And experience in this area specifically already! Which I’ll share with my clients. The video was only allowed to be 60 seconds so could you please fit in checking it out? Go here For sharing on Facebook and LinkedIn: https://www.facebook.com/HolisticNutritionLab/videos/797878780359160/
Thanks for watching it either way!
I posted about a Summit I Very HIGHLY recommend! It’s on my http://onlineconferences4us.disabilityadvocate1.com/ . That applies to everyone and it started today for FREE! It’s only free for 6-8 days. So go sign up for it/pay for it NOW.
This does NOT mean I recommend everything the speakers say.
People with SPD, ADHD, ASD, any environmental Illness, and many others require more recovery time via sleep, then others. But other things require sleep too- Plants, Flowers, and Animals, if you really think about it.
Without the right amount of quality sleep allot of things alive today would be, well dead, or medically less healthy. It even effects your Sensory Processing Disorder’s daily tolerance intake. Which can effect what you eat and how you feel physically as well as mentally. And we do know that Sensory Processing Disorder has a mental component to it. Don’t we?
Therefore go visit here and sign up for, attend, and possibly purchase the Sleep Summit! Going on NOW!
I always have had difficulty finding quality, sensory friendly belts. Being poor (Like many of us.) This is especially important. How long they last, and the appearance quality matter especially going on interviews. People with sensory issues (Even as adults) need great size selection. We bloat more, have digestive issues more likely, and have a higher percentage of certain auto-immune conditions. Many of which, can make weight fluctuate. Similar to those with celiacs, colitis, or chron’s disease. Many I’m sure would appreciate high quality belts that fit this criteria. Also, due to high stress- that also sometimes have affected our bloats and distensions.
We need them more for practical reason’s not embellishment purposes. To keep slacks and some pants up. Not to dress up a dress, etc- as much. But, at the same time they MUST be only 3 quarters of an inch wide. Not have a rough texture, and be stylish and affordable. If you can create this or know someone who could. PLEASE do so ASAP and sell them online. Then contact me. And I promise if they meet the grade. I will buy and help you advertise them.
The female ones need to also be made to wear with low waist styled (Like hip location) pants. And make sure extra small’s and XL and possibly even XXL’s are available without a price increase.
In the past, my posts have influenced, supported/ if not help create. Certain products. Besides those with disabilities. I also get many supporters visit my blogs as well. Visitors often that are NOT our parents or relatives. My hope. Is this post contributes in similar ways.
We thank you in advance for your concern(s)/efforts. Please contact me. If you need further creation feedback/guidelines.
Those with SPD are frequently the most complicated clients/patients to treat. Our GI issues are multiple and therefore we need more then 1 set of healthy protocols to be at our best. And in some cases, just to survive.
Dietary needs are very bio-individual. Especially, for this group of people.
Although Diets are created to help people with sp. dietary/lifestyle needs. Most health coaches, wellness coaches, and sometimes even Functional Medicine Practitioner’s often specialize in a niche of clients/patients who don’t have numerous dietary needs caused buy more then a few disturbing symptoms. To master caring for a specific type of patient they need specific protocols that are superb for each separate set of root causes. Also, this makes a novice (non professional) have an easier time digesting and executing their sp. dietary needs if they don’t have numerous root causes.
So these are the reasons every/ if not many common diets. Don’t incorporate multiple sp. diets. Or have at times. Cross over criteria between 2/ more of them.
Ever wonder why SPD (or Sensory Integration Disorder) use to never be in the diagnostic statistical manual? Or DSM? Which is the bible for psychiatrists and psychologists. It’s partly because they didn’t have any brain pictures of those with it too compare with those who don’t have it. Now there’s actual scientific proof it exists. Two years ago University of California researchers used an advanced MRI technique and found the first biological evidence (And therefore, proof) that SPD exists. They also, saw differences among people with it who did vs. did not have Autism.
What to see the article and some of the brain images showing this scientific evidence? In the website address there should be no space between disorders- and kidsi at the end. So correct it if you copy and paste it in a search engine. Auto correct wouldn’t let me spell it correctly when I put no space.
PS. I saw these two yrs ago.
Don’t you hate how your PSD, MCS, Lyme disease, or ASD even can be invisible? I mean yes. We don’t need to announce to everyone we have it. But, if we did. Over time, don’t you think due to my awareness there might be a more accommodation built in to today’s society? I’d hate wearing a sign. But, look at those in wheelchairs. There are many more ramps now because of there visible difference. Yes? And that physical difference is therefore then more cared for. And more attention is put to that need. I get it’s also cause the accommodation is more simple. But, we won’t get into that now. Anyway, learn more about the week here INVISIBLE DISABILITIES week.
I’ve been encouraged, (And am excited to share this finally with you all!) at least a few times, mainly buy Aspies if not solely buy them – to share this. Every time I remembered to post it I would loose the link and forget how to find it again. Lol.! Can you ADHD’s or Aspies relate to that? Yea, I thought so! Sensory Overload link
Although, this video displays an experience many of us have and is very real. All Aspies, despite their willingness to admit it. Experience sensory overload. Understanding this, and that our overloads aren’t always displayed or experienced exactly this way. No matter how there experienced our Sensory Overloads can be just as painful, if not more so. Then this boy is in the video.
A sensory overload experience is uncomparable to most NT experience’s. And as shown (sorta). How we cope with it needs to differ too. Even if, how it’s presented, is somewhat differently or via different triggers, then the boy in this video.
Buy the way, the video highlights excellently some of our traditional sensory triggers. The thing is, some of us have gained coping mechanisms/skills (ect.) that make these experiences reduced if not diminished, often. I’m not saying these coping mechanisms make the situation great for us, but, there a big help. This is EXACTLY what I’m writing my Sensory Solutions book, about.
This is a GREAT example of content shared with me, to share with the world. If any of you have, or know of anymore. PLEASE E-MAIL me or have the owner of it due so, at disabilityadvocate1.com or share it with me with a private message allowing me to post it on Facebook. I can’t promise to share everything or at a specific speed. Especially on the blogs, So, if the speed is required and not obvious please tell me this in your message. However, I’ll certainly respond to ALL your e-mails and keep you up to date, if I post it. And off course, I’ll appreciate all of your efforts too!
Like always, feel free to ask any questions or comments below. I love reading and replying. I especially like to know what you all LOVE, verse find just okay.
I hope this helps spread awareness/ make you feel less alone.
Sensory Overload, Vimeo Styled video!
And the information I share. ANYONE. No seriously, once I get closer to my book being published, I will publish here or through my newsletter how international readers can buy non fresh groceries, and more importantly cosmetics, sun care items, and other merchandise, without ludicrous shipping expense to ANY WHERE in the world. And it won’t HAVE TO take forever to get there either.
If you read and take action on the things addressed in this blog, and in my newsletter you will SAVE tons of TIME, MONEY, and improve your health! Information is power! For both you, and those with complex high functioning special needs.
You will be happier. You will also be far more sensitive to, and aware of all those around you. You will very well might feel smarter. And just may, have a higher confidence too.
If your part of my subscriber list, or comment on my blog wisely, enough, and visit it regularly. You may also start to feel part of a caring intelligent community. If you haven’t already. One that I will try my best to customize to while staying on topic. And with my higher fluid intelligence, you might be surprised at my ability to relate what you may find as unusual things, otherwise, to a common sensory disability related topic. Does that make sense?
If you can’t currently subscribe. But, would like too, you will be able too soon, later this month. I promise. And I’ll love to have you added!
My modesty typically wouldn’t allow this, BUT, this is one of the few safe places for us. That this can be internationally shared. We love sharing (Or atleast I Do!) , but, only if people off the spectrum, can respect this.
I’m going to post this on my soon to be second actively live blog too. That one is disabilityadvocate1.com. I’ll post it on here when it’s live, with a link in the resourse section atleast. But, I felt those off the ASD spectrum especially could learn from this. And those with it could be inspired. It can help prepare you for the theme of my Sensory book that I’m creating, too! Even if just to verify what they already know.
1. Practicality beats ALL
2. Comfort is KEY
3. Honesty RoCks
4. Vain Isin’t in our vocabulary
5. Different is positive
6. Thinking differently is our Norm!
7. Being always challenged is our goal!
8. Curiosity is our friend, so is Disney !
9. Dedication and loyalty are our Motto.
10. Modesty is our dictionary!? :() 😉
11. And being professors is our speciality!
Therefore were Unique!
Again feel free to comment below, doubt, or ask questions. I love being inquisitive! And answering questions.
Today I’m going to mention who else gets SPD issues and also generally what kinds of folks despite diagnosis’s get them.
I like to think of folks with certain disabilities and the norm in a layered system kinda. In the sense of who’s effected the most buy issues making them the farthest from normal. To those only slightly quirky at times. And everyone in between. And I think at the moment this could help you too to understand some things. So, let’s break this down, shall we? Also, see the image below.
The disabilities mentioned within each layer that weren’t previously mentioned are diagnosis’s others may sometimes have who would especially possibly benefit from some sensory solutions/ knowledge. For a review, they are ADHD, Dyslexic, hyperlexia, hyper insomnia, insomnia, Hypotomia, GI obviously, and I’m sure there are others. People with these issues are far more likely to have or get other problems in life. Same, if it’s in there genes and not detectable.