Tag Archives: ADHD

Restore: The gut healer we’ve been waiting for?

The bottom line reads Save 15% with coupon code TMR15 through June 30th. Get it at restore4life.com. One of the buzziest, most exciting things to come out of Autism One, Restore is a carbon lignite supplement that — in a petri dish, … Continue reading

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This what your brain looks like on neurofeedback. Any questions?

I’m a big fan of LORETA 19-channel neurofeedback.  BIG, BIG FAN! This is a quick snapshot of my son Kyle’s QEEG after only 3 sessions … This is one page that shows coherence, which is the brain’s ability to talk … Continue reading

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Something fishy’s going on…

Have you ever heard of JJ Virgin?  She’s a super nutritionist/health coach/fitness expert who wrote a best selling diet book called The VIrgin Diet last year.  She is totally my kind of nutritionist: organic, soy-free, gluten-free, healthy fats, good proteins, no … Continue reading

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3 for 3

November 15. It took almost 3 months for the teacher to pull me aside to chat about Mike. “Look! He finally finished his Halloween pumpkin! (2 weeks late because he’s falling behind and now we can hang it up for … Continue reading

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More than autism…

I recently came across these numbers on Facebook from a mom/activist in Modesto, CA names Gabby DeVelbiss.  What do you think? I did a spot check on some of the rates she’s listed here and they’re not necessarily wrong.  I … Continue reading

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Taking my own advice

So, Sunday I gave a little talk about how we took the road less traveled, blah-blah-blah, and came out the other end with a recovered kid. On Monday I had several appointments. The first was my own check-up with the … Continue reading

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