Curbing Diets for Kids With AutismThe Autism Site
By Kathleen Blanchard RN for eMaxHealth.com
With recent news showing that those with Autism are often picky eaters, parents have begun searching for ways to combat that. Even though researchers have found that the picky eating has not affected a child’s growth, parents are still concerned that picky eaters are not eating healthy enough.
Jean Nicol, of Canada, knows how to beat picking eaters. She’s the creator of The Eating Game, a binder of tools for parents whose children have picky eating habits, especially for those with autism. She joined forces with EyeCan publishers and offers the “game” for a reasonable price of $79.95 (Canadian) plus shipping and tax.
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