Autism and Nutrient Deficiencies

Monday, 20 January 2014 0 comments
The most common problem in children with autism is eating behavior. 90% of children with autism have problems in increased food selectivity, food refusal and disruptive mealtime behaviors. Many children with autism dislike the tastes and textures of certain food which can lead to nutrient deficiencies. Some parents may describe their children as ‘picky eaters’. Picky eating varies and includes the eating limited variety or quantity of food which may be associated with frequent food refusal.
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Reduce Gut Inflammation in Children With Autism

Friday, 17 January 2014 0 comments

Autism is a developmental disorder affecting the functions of brain with the presence of difficulties in three areas including social deficits, communication problems and restricted behaviors. The exact causes of autism are still unknown. Most autism children have trouble engaging the social interactions such as less eye contact and little sharing their enjoyment of activities.
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Great Benefits of Strawberry

Wednesday, 15 January 2014 0 comments


In Malaysia, Cameron Highland is a center of strawberry production. It is commercially and widely consumed fresh or in processed forms such as juices, ice creams, jellies and jams. According to NutriWeb Malaysia, it is estimated that 5 whole strawberries with average size have 11kcal. It is not a good main source of energy, but it contains 44g of water which is considered high.
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