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New Beginnings Nutritionals

New Beginnings Nutritionals is a parent run supplement company providing hypoallergenic, professional quality supplements for the special needs of individuals (adults and children) on the autism-spectrum. Their products are designed to support nutritional deficiencies, dietary imbalances, digestive issues including yeast and bacteria problems, immune disorders, etc.

 

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GFCF Meals

GF Meals provides ready to cook, prepared meals following the Gluten-Free and Casein-Free diet. GF Meals is a family owned California-based company that provides healthy, prepared foods for busy families looking to implement the GF/CF diet. They ship anywhere in the United States.

 

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Meal Mixer

Here is an amazing family menu planning system called Meal Mixer. For as little as $1/week (when you pay annually) you can get menus, recipes and shopping lists for your home meals. What's really unique about this meal planner is that it can learn your taste in food and provide menu suggestions for you that not only match your taste, but your diet as well. You can use a standard balanced, low-carb, or low-fat diet, or create a custom diet. The shopping list not only contains what's in the recipes on your plan, but you can also add additional items (like napkins, cleaning supplies, etc.). You can pay monthly, quarterly or yearly (best savings).

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Lend4Health

www.lend4health.org

Lend4Health facilitates interest-free micro-loans for the biomedical treatment of autism. Loans from the community at-large are collected online and repaid over time with no interest. Lend4Health loans can be used to pay for registration to AutismActionPlan.org, as well as for many other purposes, including testing, supplements, registration to DAN! conferences, and HBOT dives.

 

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TACA (Talk About Curing Autism)
www.tacanow.org

Talk About Curing Autism (TACA) provides information, resources, and support to families affected by autism. For families who have just received the autism diagnosis, TACA aims to speed up the cycle time from the autism diagnosis to effective treatments. TACA helps to strengthen the autism community by connecting families and the professionals who can help them, allowing them to share stories and information to help people with autism be the best they can be.


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Generation Rescue
www.generationrescue.org

Generation Rescue is an international movement of scientists, physicians and parent volunteers researching the causes and treatments for autism. Generation Rescue is a parent-founded, parent-led organization of more than 450 (and growing) mentor families and leading researchers and clinicians from around the globe. Their mission is to continue to discover and share the truth with families about the potential cause of their child's autism so they can focus on effective treatments.

 

 

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Julie Matthews, CNC

Julie is a specialist in nutritional and dietary counseling regarding the special needs of autism-spectrum children, teenagers and adults. She provides one-on-one consultation for parents seeking assistance for the various medical diets – Gluten/Casein-free, Specific Carbohydrate, Yeast-free, etc. – so commonly used for individuals on the spectrum.

97809816558021.jpg Get Julie's Book "Nourishing Hope For Autism" Now!

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Jim Neubrander, M.D.
www.drneubrander.com

Dr. Neubrander is a leader in the biomedical field of autism and is considered to be the father of Methylcoboloamin Therapy (aka. Methyl B12 or MB12). His website is wealth of information with respects to Methyl-B12. He is also an expert in Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy (HBOT), and its usefulness for those on the autism-spectrum.

 

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Autism Research Institute
www.autism.com

The Autism Research Institute (ARI), a non-profit organization, was established in 1967 by the late Bernard Rimland, Ph.D.  For more than 40 years, ARI has devoted its work to conducting research, and to disseminating the results of research, on the triggers of autism and on methods of diagnosing and treating autism. They provide research-based information to parents and professionals around the world.

 

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National Autism Association
www.nationalautismassociation.org

A nationwide organization that provides much needed resources for families dealing with autism. Chapter groups in various states provide local resources for education, support, etc.

 

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www.OurNicholasFoundation.org

The Foundation's primary mission is to increase awareness of Autism and to provide financial support for education, therapies, families and research organizations that enrich the lives of children with Autism Spectrum Disorders. Their goal is to provide children with Autism the tools they need to thrive.

 

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www.ResearchedNutritionals.com

Researched Nutritionals® possesses a combined 40 years of product development experience in providing health care professionals the most advanced and well-researched formulations. Our product focus is on the immune system and repairing mitochondrial & adrenal insufficiencies.  With product efficacy as our focus, we study the latest research to find the nutrients best suited for patients. We search the globe for the purest ingredients, ordering only the highest quality raw materials.

 

 

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www.usautism.org
USAAA is a group that helps bridge the gap between educational resources and biomedical therapies with the understanding that a child has a better capacity to learn and integrate if many of their medical issues are resolved. They have conferences throughout the year.

 

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The Low Oxalate Diet

www.LowOxalate.info

The Low Oxalate Diet is a specialized dietary intervention useful for many individuals on the Autism-Spectrum. Oxalates are found in many foods that can link up with calcium and other minerals causing crystal formation – leading to accumulation in body tissues such as the brain, muscles, joint, kidney, etc. They can overtime disturb normal functioning of body chemistry and metabolism. Susan Owens, MAIS, RA has been an independent autism biomedical researcher for years. She created the Autism Oxalate Project to support research into the oxalate problem in autism, and also to help support parents who are seeking help with the Low Oxalate Diet.



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