Autism Spectrum Disorders and Pyrroles

Autism Spectrum Disorders and Pyrroles

ASD and Pyrroles Our wee can tell us allot about our state of health. Commonly known that a dark yellow urine will depict that perhaps we are dehydrated, if its clear, meaning that we have had enough fluids. Pink to reddish urine may indicate that you have blood in...
5 ways to Control Mealtime Anxiety

5 ways to Control Mealtime Anxiety

Is mealtime anxiety affecting the relationship with your child and your child’s relationship with food? and if you answer ‘yes’ to any of these questions, you really should read this article: Do mealtimes with your child make you feel anxious? Do you sometimes...
How to maintain calcium levels and be dairy free

How to maintain calcium levels and be dairy free

The calcium conundrum. With so many families choosing a moo free diet in favour of plant sources, can we be sure its at an advantage for our teeth and bones? We are so fortunate to have to hand a superhighway of information as to what we should be feeding our bubs,...
A picky eater and a problem feeder – the difference

A picky eater and a problem feeder – the difference

Are mealtimes a battle in your household? Do you have a picky eater or a problem feeder? If there are two things we as parents wish we could control is the consumption of food and ability to sleep solidly and peacefully upon request. It is however a harsh parenting...
A new feeding disorder introduced in young children

A new feeding disorder introduced in young children

A newly introduced feeding disorder, Avoidant Restrictive Food Intake Disorder(ARFID). It affects infants to early childhood. Although the symptoms on the surface appear the same, the criteria is different to the likes of anorexia. ARFID is a food restriction (or...