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Nuke at your own risk

Posted by theothersideofnormal on February 26, 2013 in autism, gluten free, Go Green |

  This is a great article from Experience Life Magazine.  I learned early on in our gluten free journey not to microwave plastic, due to the possible chemical “spillage” into the food as it cooks.  I found this article’s humor worth sharing.  Although nothing’s been “proven”, I’m still going to avoid nuking plastic. And then […]

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Five tips for a happy future for kids with autism

Posted by theothersideofnormal on February 23, 2013 in autism, coping skills, family |

Thought this was worth sharing.  Click the link at the bottom to read more.       Five tips for a happy future for kids with autism Dr. Krysti DeZonia Parents’ greatest worry is what will happen to their children when they are  no longer able to watch over and advocate for them.  Here are […]

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Top 11 Scary Food Additives

Posted by theothersideofnormal on February 14, 2013 in autism, gluten free, Go Green |

    People need to know what they’re ingesting. I swear, I feel like our generation, and our kid’s generation are guinea pigs for these chemicals used in so many of our grocery store brand products.  Are we supposed to live in a bubble?  NO!  Do we eat some of these products, of course we […]

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Food that Trigger Behavioral Problems in Children

Posted by theothersideofnormal on February 13, 2013 in gluten free, Go Green |

  Real Reason Behind the Tantrums Jaime A. Heidel, Yahoo! Contributor Network Nov 9, 2010 “Share your voice on Yahoo! websites.   All children behave badly once in the while. It’s normal for children to act up when they can’t have their favorite toy or when they just need a nap. However, if behavioral problems […]

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