We help parents of children with autism restore their child’s digestive health for improved daily functioning and language
We are surrounded by a toxic environment. What we eat, drink, breathe and touch, all has an effect on our inner environment.
Children with autism are particularly sensitive to their environment.
As a parent, you may be worried about our child’s social skills, language and anxiety.
We developed an herbal formula, now called ‘PureChild’, that supports a healthy Gut-Brain-Axis.
Early testing showed improved expressive language, increased social interaction and less anxiety in a large percentage of children who took the supplement.
Take the First Step to Improve Your Child’s Daily Functioning & Language
A number of families participated in an early study to test the effectiveness of PureChild supplement. Children ranging in age from 3 to 8 years old were given the liquid supplement daily for 6-8 weeks. Here is some of the parents’ feedback:
- Tantrums almost disappeared
- Answer “yes” or “no” to questions without visual cues
- Follows two and three step directions
- More self aware
- Better able to tolerate noise
- Academic skills have improved
- Saying “Hi” and “Good Morning”
- Being affectionate- he gives hugs and kisses to anyone that asks for it. He never did that before. -B.H. (FL)
- Heals the gut
- lowers anxiety
- For healthy digestion
Theanine (from Tea)
- Less stress and anxiety
- Healthy sleep
- Brain Support
The Gut-Brain-Axis in Autism
How a Disturbed Gut Environment Interferes with Brain Functioning
Research suggests that a disturbed intestinal environment and inflammation are partially responsible for the behavioral symptoms seen in children with autism.
Inflammation in the gut may interfere with the production and/or the absorption of these neuropeptides.
Many studies suggest that there are differences between the gut microflora of autistic children and that of typically developing children.
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