With current research suggesting there are anywhere between 1 in 50 to 1 in 88 autism cases in children the prevalence is now much more common. Despite this fact, ongoing research continues to try to determine causes and potential approaches, which may be beneficial for the condition with little conclusive evidence. This book serves as a valuable practical guide evaluating the current scientific thinking relating to both brain and digestive health.
The Food Teacher has teamed up with The Autism Food Club to offer 1 lucky winner a copy of their book ‘Autism – Exploring the Benefits of a Gluten- and Casein-Free Diet’ By Paul Whitely, Mark Earnden and Elouise Robinson (worth £18.15).
This is a practical guide for parents, teachers and health care professionals explaining the latest scientific developments, alongside useful tips and recipes that support both a gluten-free and casein-free diet.
To read a more detailed review of the book visit my blog post review by clicking here.
To be in for a chance you simply need to enter your name and email address to receive updates from The Food Teacher (at the bottom of this page). Everyone already signed up will automatically be entered. The winner will be chosen at random on Friday 6th February 2015, and announced via email. Good Luck.
To find out more about The Autism Food Club visit: http://www.theautismfoodclub.co.uk/
To order the book: Amazon