Stay-at-Home Mom & Author
The Autism and ADHD Diet: Living Gluten Free and Casein Free (GFCF)
When my son Noah was two years old, he taught himself the alphabet. At four, he could read. He was very verbal and exceptionally bright. I thought perhaps he was gifted. But although Noah excelled intellectually, I noticed his social skills seemed lacking. In preschool, he never played with the other children.
In kindergarten, Noah's behavior disintegrated. He had uncontrollable meltdowns where he'd scream, throw things and become violent toward his classmates. He had severe sensory issues, limited social skills and poor eye contact. He suffered digestive problems and would eat only peanut butter and jelly sandwiches, cookies, chips, pretzels, French fries, milk, yogurt and cheese. Read more >
Publisher: Sourcebooks Inc
Format: Paperback, 256 pages
The Autism and ADHD Diet
A Step-by-Step Guide to
Hope & Healing by Living
Gluten Free and Casein Free (GFCF)
and Other Interventions
(Publication Release Date: April 2009)
By Barrie Silberberg
Barrie was inspired to write this book by her personal journey through challenge, hope, love and healing for her son Noah, who has experienced drastic improvements with his autistic symptoms as a result of the GFCF diet.
Barrie's most important job is being a Stay-at-Home-Mom (SAHM) to her children.