Neurological disorders including Autism, Dyslexia, Depression, Dyspraxia, A.D.D., A.D.H.D., and Schizophrenia are quite common in kids and grownups nowadays. These are believed to have a connection with what we eat or drink, and the limitation of our digestive system. Given that, nutritional healing of these neurological disorders can be made possible by planning our own special diet, keeping within the range of food and drink that are good for digestive system and avoiding the contrary.
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The cookbook “Nutritional Healing for Neurological Disorders: 31 Special Diet Breakfast Recipes” has selectively included the ingredients that are good for our digestive system as recommended by the principle called GAPS Diet, which has been developed by Dr Natasha Campbell-McBride. The GAPS diet is all about alternatives, and in this cookbook we give you breakfast recipes that you'd be surprised to know are nutritious, GAPS diet compliant, and also tasty to eat. Many people think that the GAPS diet plan is unworkable because of the difficulty in making good tasty food while still being true to the plan. Well, we've proved them wrong.
Why not try a few of the recipes and find out for yourself.