segunda-feira, 2 de agosto de 2010
Dieta GFCF, cozinha sem glútem e sem caseína
The Kid-Friendly ADHD and Autism Cookbook:
The Ultimate Guide to the Gluten-Free, Casein-Free Diet. A popular book by two Defeat Autism Now practitioners, developmental pediatrician Pamela Compart M.D. and nutritionist Dana Laake. Advice for feeding picky eaters, and a good explanation of how and why the diet can work. Recipes include information on calories, protein, fiber, etc., per serving. The revised edition has 100 new recipes plus advice for packing school lunches.
The Autism and ADHD Diet:
A Step-by-Step Guide to Hope and Healing by Living Gluten Free and Casein Free (GFCF) and Other Interventions by Barrie Silberberg, mother of a boy with Asperger's Syndrome. Her son's behavioral symptoms improved dramatically after starting a diet free of gluten, casein, artificial dyes and preservatives. Her book shows how.
The Autism Cookbook: 101 Gluten-Free and Dairy-Free Recipes by Susan K. Delaine, who has a child with autism and food allergies. Our favorite new cookbook for family dinners. Besides GFCF, recipes are free of rice, egg, soy, nuts and fish. Easy to prepare recipes for sesame-ginger chicken, Asian noodles, chicken enchiladas and gazpacho, among others. There are some toddler favorites such as chicken nuggets, crispy cereal treats and cupcakes, but the cookbook focuses on family foods.
Unraveling the Mystery of Autism and Pervasive Developmental Disorder: A Mother's Story of Research and Recovery by Karyn Seroussi.
An excellent book for parents considering a gluten-free, casein-free diet for a child with autism or PDD. Seroussi's son recovered from autism by strictly adhering to this diet. She discusses food intolerances, yeast and vaccines.
Special Diets for Special Kids: Understanding and Implementing Special Diets to Aid in the Treatment of Autism and Related Developmental Disorders by Lisa Lewis, Ph.D. One of the first books to explain the gluten-free, casein-free diet and how it can help treat autism. Her explanation of the science behind the diet is not as easy to follow as Seroussi's. However, this book has more than 150 recipes for breads, cakes, candy, chili, macaroni and cheese, etc.
Special Diets for Special Kids, Two by Lisa Lewis, Ph.D. A sequel to her first book (above) with more than 175 new gluten-free, casein-free recipes and cooking tips. Recipes for peanut butter bread, bananaberry shake, oven fries, barbequed chicken pie and other foods that kids will eat.
Feast Without Yeast: 4 Stages to Better Health: A Complete Guide to Implementing Yeast Free, Wheat (Gluten) Free and Milk (Casein) Free Living by Bruce Semon M.D., Ph.D., and Lori Kornblum. Contains more than 200 original recipes. Good for those concerned about yeast overgrowth, a problem in some people with autism.
Special Diets for Special People: Understanding and Implementing a Gluten-Free and Casein-Free Diet to Aid in the Treatment of Autism and Related Developmental Disorders. The newest how-to book, with more than 150 recipes, by GFCF diet guru Lisa Lewis, Ph.D.
The Encyclopedia of Dietary Interventions for the Treatment of Autism and Related Disorders by diet gurus Karyn Seroussi and Lisa Lewis Ph.D. For the experienced diet follower, or for anyone who wants a reference guide to explain the research, terms, and principles behind different diets that are used for ASD.
Enzymes for Autism and other Neurological Conditions. Author and parent Karen L. DeFelice discusses the role of enzymes in helping people with autism digest foods that create problems for them. Some parents use enzymes alone, or in addition to a gluten-free, milk-free diet, or to handle diet infractions.