NEW Third Edition
Enzymes for Autism and other Neurological Conditions
The Practical Guide for Digestive Enzymes and Better Behavior
paperback, 384 pages
9.0 " x 6.0"
What's the Connection?
Why the continual behavioral and health problems our society sees in children?
And more adults plagued with mysterious, ill-defined syndromes. Is there a connection among the apparent chaotic maze of problems? and solutions?
Follow the Adventure...
The story of one family merges with the search of others. A group of parents and adults with autism conditions discover the power of an older but reliable option to improve the health and life of their children and themselves. When other alternatives failed to bring the improvements they needed, they latched onto a new breakthrough in digestive enzyme technology. They steadfastly remained hopeful while working against a resistance to change, striving to use and refine this new-found alternative.
Feel the Joy!
Enzyme therapy is one of the fastest emerging successful alternatives for people on the autism spectrum as well as other neurological conditions. Reports of significant improvements in health, pain reduction, language, food tolerance, socializing and other benefits emerge daily. Drawing on long-standing scientific research and trials by a wide range of families, Karen DeFelice deals comprehensively with all the information on enzymes that parents or those new to enzymes need: how enzymes work, who may benefit, what to expect, practical tested advice on selecting and introducing the right kind of enzymes, and how this can be combined with other approaches and therapies.
This unique book intertwines a great story and a wonderful adventure along with practical explanations of how to incorporate the enzyme alternative into everyday life. This is beautifully balanced with giving extensive scientific research supporting this approach.The variety of stories from different families gives many ideas and examples of how others are using enzymes today.
What is an 'other condition'? Includes things such as: PDD, sensory integration dysfunction, migraine, AD(H)D, yeast/bacteria overgrowth, food intolerances/allergies, chronic fatigue, chemical sensitivities, fibromyalgia, MS, autoimmune conditions, bowel dysfunctions, gastrointestinal problems, leaky gut, general pain, etc.
This book brings together information from:
It is intended to provide practical information and education on the topic of enzymes. Includes sections on:
Midwest Book Review on 'Enzymes for Autism' book February 2005
Listed in a feature article on autism in the national magazine Alternative Medicine
September 2004 as one of the most "promising treatment strategies" and in
the top 4 things to try.
Article by Karen DeFelice, and book review in magazine
Children of the New Earth, Fall/Winter edition.
Featured in Exceptional Parenting magazine February 2004
Nutritionally Speaking (national TV show)
30 minute interview with Dr. Ward Bond, May 31, 2003 (part 1)
Nutritionally Speaking (national TV show)
30 minute interview with Dr. Ward Bond, June 1, 2003 (part 2)
Mickelson in the Morning
hour long interview with Jan Mickelson, May 26, 2003
hour long interview with Jan Mickelson, October 21, 2003
Coping with Caregiving - national radio interview
segment 6 - about 10 minutes
Des Moines Register newspaper article
Individuals who read this book may also enjoy :
participating in the Enzymes and Autism discussion group at: http://groups.yahoo.com/group/enzymesandautism/
Enzymes & Enzyme Therapy : How to Jump-Start Your Way to Lifelong Good Health by Anthony J. Cichoke. Keats Publishing. 1994
Enzymes – The Fountain of Life. by D.A. Lopez, M. Williams, and Miehlke. The Neville Press. Charleston, South Carolina. 1994
Digestive Wellness by Elizabeth Lipski. Keats Publishing. 1996Optimal Digestion: New Strategies for Achieving Digestive Health by T.W. Nichols, N. Faas. HarperCollins Publishers Inc. 1999
DisclaimerThe information contained in this book is not intended to diagnose, treat, prevent, or cure any disease, or to provide specific medical advice. Its intention is solely to present an enjoyable story, provide information, and education. If you have any questions about the relationship between nutrition, supplements, and your health, seek the advice of a qualified health practitioner. The reader and associated health professionals are responsible for evaluating the risks of any therapy reviewed in this book. Those responsible made every effort possible to thoroughly research the accuracy of the information and assume no responsibility for errors, inaccuracies, or omissions. Digestive enzymes are an unregulated dietary supplement classified as a safe food by the Food and Drug Association in the United States. The author has no financial interests with any enzyme or supplement manufacturer or distributor. The organizations and companies mentioned herein do not specifically endorse any particular therapy or product.