I believe my own daughter has had undiagnosed Asperger's, which would explain our challenges through the years. I understand so much more about health/life since my celiac diagnosis Feb. 06.
DD was negative to blood and biopsy for celiac, however, I then had her do a stool test via enterolab.com. She was positive to gluten, casein, and soy. SO, I will be reading your blog with great interest :). (She's 18 now and it's much harder to convince her of dietary changes ... but I will quietly persist until she's ready).
RA-RA - you are great parents! Looking forward to getting to know you and learning from your experiences.
Edited by: DOTSLADY at: 1/16/2008 (15:48)
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Hi all -- My wife and I are looking for a happier and healthier lifestyle, and for our two children, both of whom have mild autism. As a result, they are on a diet free of gluten, casein and soy. And, as a result, we are too for the most part. I'm looking forward to benefitting from your experiences and to share some of mine.
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