Lemer, Patricia S.
May 2000
Mothering;May/Jun2000, Issue 100, p44
Presents alternative therapies of autism for parents of autistic children. Modification of the child's diet; Content of the diet of autistic children; Use of nutritional supplementation to close the gap between the nutrition and body needs of autistic children; Utilization of homeopathy to address imbalances in children on the autism spectrum. INSET: Son-Rise.


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