Imagine a family of four in total chaos:
The parents are always in stress mode, their sleep is poor, they are arguing all the time, and they are overweight, depressed and tired. On top of that, their autistic child screams from morning until evening and is not communicable. They have stomach pain, asthma, eczema and other allergies. Meet the Mauritson family from Denmark.
The sons’ autism became worse and worse and they started to talk about taking him to an institution for children with autism, and without language. The whole family had reached the bottom, but as a last resort they started to Google and read about autism. One thing they came across on the Internet and wanted to try was changing their diet from a bad fast food kind of diet to a healthier lifestyle with real food.
They stopped eating:
- Gluten (wheat and other grains)
- Diary products
- Fast food and other foods with chemicals.
It was a big step and it wasn’t easy all the time. After three weeks with the new diet the whole family started to feel and sleep better, and the asthma disappeared slowly. Over time, the autistic son came more and more out from his “shell” and started to communicate.
When I saw this family for the first time it was on Swedish television when they were launching the above book about their life. The autistic son was talking as a perfectly normal child and they let us know that he was very social and empathic, and he loved to cuddle. He was back in a normal school again. They had healed from their health issues and the parents had lost 50 kg in weight. Their home is a “silent zone” so no cell phones, computers or TV’s are on. Now they socialize with each other instead.
The parents thought this recovery was so amazing so they wrote the above book “Kärnfrisk”, which means Superhealthy. They also started to do workshops for children with autism, A.D.H.D., and Asperger’s. because they felt the mission to spread this important information.
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