User guide to the GF/CF diet for autism, Asperger syndrome and AD/HD, A

As the evidence increases that gluten free and casein free diets can really improve symptoms in certain developmental disorders, Jacqui Jackson decided to try it out with her sons Luke, Joe and Ben. Joe has AD/HD, Ben is autistic and Luke has Asperger syndrome. In this book, Luke Jackson writes about his own experiences of being on this diet, "to let other people with AS know they are never too old or too ‘mild’ to embark on this diet. It really can change peoples lives." Luke offers practical advice on topics such as what to expect when beginning the diet, tips for how to alleviate any initial discomfort, through to advice on how to rearrange the kitchen to avoid cross-contamination. The book includes a section on how Luke's mother copes with the challenges of cooking for such a large family, along with a selection of Luke's favourite recipes. The book also includes a list of useful addresses and websites of suppliers coupled with suggestions as to how to find more detailed references.


Reviewed: 2015-03-26


It wasn't really what I was expecting and the recipes has far too much convenience food in them for my liking but the list of UK suppliers for GF/CF food was good/useful. An easy read.

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