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07/02/2017 - Nutrition for optimal brain function
We all long for an optimal brain function, but most people, from children to the eldest, complain about brain weaknesses: lack of memory, poor concentration, learning disorders, poor results at school, low performance at work, absent-mindedness, hyperactivity, … 
We can do a very important job using different therapies for the brain function, but it is very hard work to improve these issues when there is a physiological problem, which can come from an incorrect nutrition. 
Check in this article if your diet is healthy enough in order to sustain a high brain performance.. 

29/09/2016 - Ana's testimonial: autism
Ana M. comes to my consultation because his autistic son Victor when he’s 26. Ana has tried all kind of alternative treatments, and thanks to that, his son has greatly improved since he was a baby. 
When Victor follows the GAPS diet he experiences another important improvement that greatly satisfy Ana. This is her testimonial:

16/03/2015 - Natural approaches to neurological, mental and behavioral disorders
Autism, epilepsy, schizophrenia, depression, obsessive-compulsive disorder, bipolar disorder, Alzheimer's, Parkinson's, attention deficit, hyperactivity, dyslexia, dyspraxia, neuropathies, narcolepsy, etc.; all these conditions which alter the functioning of the central nervous system and the mind may be treated with natural approaches, whereby nutrition and toxicology play a fundamental role.
Neurotoxins, both endogenous (produced by the body itself) and exogenous (stemming from outside the body) are the main responsible substances for the diseases that concern us. Other sources of disturbance of cognitive and mental function are the deficit of nutrients, the disorder of neurotransmitters, the inflammation caused by the immune system and the oxidative stress.
In this article I will expose the main arguments supporting alternative schools that offer solutions to these diseases, as well as the proposal of LivingFullyNourished.

08/11/2012 - The connection between gluten and casein intolerance and autism, hyperactivity and other behavioral disorders
According to research studies conducted by Professor Karl Reichelt at the University of Oslo, behavioral disorders and various neurological diseases stem from an intolerance to cereals containing gluten and milk casein.
Autism, schizophrenia, epilepsy, obsessive-compulsive disorder, school problems, depression ... numerous diseases that increasingly affect our children might be caused by gluten and casein intolerance. By using the urinary peptide analysis, developed by Professor Karl Reichelt, you can tell if the ingested gluten and casein interfere with the brain functions. What is the urinary peptide-test?