The Hidden Mystery Behind Autistic Child Behaviour


How did you feel when your child was diagnosed with autism?

7 years ago I remember the first time I took my daughter to the community doctors office, the Doctor told me she may have Autism.  I remember saying,  no, no she is a normal girl, she is not talking yet, and  that is the only problem she has. The Doctor said  because she is not talking at the age of three and a half, that’s why we think she may have autism.

 I Felt My World Fall Apart

I remember feeling sick.  I felt my world fall apart. I was thinking how could she say that horrible thing about my child. I was in denial. The doctor asked me if I wanted to read about Autism, but I dismissed her saying no thank you! How dare she say that! My beautiful little girl is normal and not autistic.

Almost a year later we got the official diagnosis. I didn’t know what autism was so that was not normal for me. I remember leaving the doctors office in a hurry, I don’t even know how I got home that day.

I Was Worried About The Future

I came home and started crying. Even today writing this blog, I have tears in my eyes. I started noticing  my child’s  behavior. She used to go round and mumble. She had her own little language. Those little behaviors that I thought was cute, was worrying me. I was worried about the future. If something happens to me, who is going to look after her. She will not be able to stand up for her self. This was a really scary time. Before we got the official diagnosis we did research to find out how we could help her. Our research lead us to an Autism treatment that includes many diet-based therapies that address underlying issues inside the body.

we started with the  gluten/casein free diet,

We avoided Gluten/casein Containing Ingredients and Foods, and first it looked so hard because my daughter only liked milk and toast and those are the 2 things we had to avoid. We started straight away. We substituted the foods that she liked with gluten/casein-free alternatives.

she was a picky eater

She was a picky eater and she hardly ate anything. She used to drink milk, and sometimes toast and french fries. Some days she would fast and not eat any thing. She didn’t like fruit or vegetables. This was a very hard transition. She was 3 and a half years old, she had dark circles around her eyes, she was constipated, always tired, and some times very hyperactive.  She used to climb all over the tables, chairs and windows and she had constant nightmares.

we had long long nights

She would wake up at 3am and start screaming and crying.  She couldn’t tell us why she was crying and what her nightmares were. She would go on crying for hours. She had eczema around her eyes, mouth, and wrist at the back of her knee, and she would wake up mid night and stay up till the next night.

Small Signs Of Improvement

With this diet which was elementary compared to what we eat today, it was very helpful to my daughter. She started sleeping at nights and her appetite got better. We did see some other areas of improvement,   like her awareness and eye contact but she was still a picky eater. She would only eat gluten free rice or gluten free pasta and still no vegetables and fruit, so she was not getting enough nutrients in her diet. But getting rid of what she couldn’t digest help her sleep better.

2 years later

2 years later my son was diagnosed with autism too.

We were expecting this one because he was showing signs of autism, and  we were  more aware of autism now. But still the diagnosis was painful. We put him on the diet as well. He was the opposite to my daughter. She was a picky eater but he ate everything. In fact he he over ate.   Before we but him on the diet, one day i ran out of milk, and that night he slept the whole night for the first time. So we knew now that he had problems with milk. He had psoriasis all over his body, he used to scratch his skin until he bled. He used to spin and never feel dizzy, and he lined things up.

Diet Is The Most Important!

This was not big improvement but. It was a start  and we were convince that diet can help.removing only the things that was leaking out her gut undigested was  bringing  improvement. I would say diet is the most important thing with ones health . It’s very hard to teach a child who is not comfortable with his own body.

Parents’ Food Choices Can Have a Direct Affect

Foods and nutrients can impact the symptoms of autism. Autism is a whole-body disorder, the gut-brain connection is an important area for parents to understand. The foods and substances that children eat directly impact what happens in their brain—and parents’ food choices can have a direct affect. These gluten free casein freebasics can help you get started with this important dietary approach

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Parents Are Becoming Increasingly Aware

Parents are becoming increasingly aware of the many benefits children see when they implement the gluten free casein free diet. Removal of gluten and casein—the gluten-free and casein-free is a great way to begin nutritional intervention for autism, the diet is not difficult to do, and with some basic insights you can get started right away.

 Gluten Is The Protein In Wheat

Gluten is the protein in wheat, as well as other grains including rye, barley, spelt, kamut, and commercial oats

 Casein Is The Protein In Dairy

Casein is the protein in dairy. These proteins have been found to be problematic for many children on the spectrum, eating foods containing them can affect their body’s physical and cognitive functions. Eliminating those foods from your child’s diet can help improve many symptoms of autism. It can help children feel and learn better by reducing inattentiveness and hyperactivity, improving speech and language, decreasing digestive disturbances, and much more.

 I Also Changed My Diet

I am a very busy Mum. I homeschool 2 Autistic children, and I run an online business. On top of that everything we eat or drink is made from scratch, and to do all of this I need a lot of energy. I eat a diet high in uncooked vegetables and fruit, which gives me mental clarity, focus and more energy. It also helps my emotional balance.

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  1. Hannah fox says

    Many thanks for this insightful blog, currently I have a child who is nearly six currently diagnosed with Global developmental delay awaiting for special school n September I’m doing own research as the some doctors are questioning whether my son may or may not be on the sprectrum. My son has terrible problems with th gut and intestinal problems and I’m just wondering if this may be the answer to at least some of my prayers inshallah Hannah

    • admin says

      Asalamu Alaikum. Hannah. I’m sorry for replying so late I’ve been away for almost a month,and no internet access.both of my children had gut problems.My daughter She had big problem with going to potty, she was very very constipated.But the other hand my son, was the opposite of her , he used to have diarrhea And he also had some digestive kids gut problem healed after we but them on the BODY ECOLOGY DIET.we can talk on Skype if you like Insha Allah.Asha

  2. Rebecca McGrattan says

    The story of your diagnosis was just so similar to ours. We also have two children who are diagnosed. The first was our son, and a complete shock to us. I too disbelieved the professionals. Thank you for sharing your story. Other parents I met had all asked for a diagnosis to be made. I felt guilty for not recognising that he was’nt meeting milestones.

    • admin says

      You’re welcome Rebecca. I’m sorry for replying so late, I’ve been away for almost a month,and no internet access,
      never feel guilty for any thing,i also felt guilt first.because i traveled a lot.and I thought my daughter was confused with the different languages.please let me know if you need any help.we can talk on Skype if you like.and thank you for visiting my site. Asha

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