Diet/food sensitivities

by lizzy
(ontario)

Hi. I'm 23 years old and I'm having a very hard time with my clothing and shoes. I always put it down to me having OCD, but now I know that's not the case. I can't go out and do the things I want, because of my clothes not feeling right and not being able to wear shoes. I've heard of many people say that OCD and tourettes which I have both, as well as autism can be helped by diet or figuring out food intolerance's. Do you think SPD could be helped by diet as well? Hoping someone can help me with this. Thanks

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Apr 26, 2011
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diet
by: lisa

diet does play a role in my symptoms. Try the specific carbohydrate diet. It has helped.

Mar 02, 2011
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by: Anonymous

I suggest you contact the panel of doctors who appear on TV on "The Dctors" program. Its headed by Dr Travis Stork and a group of other doctors. They give help and fantastic advise on all sorts of health problems. You can contact them on www.thedoctorstv.com

Recently Dr Moreno appeared on their show with food related advise. That was mainly for weight loss but he may have good advise for proper food for other health issues as well.
Good Luck!

Mar 01, 2011
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Gluten/Casein
by: Anonymous

Yes, dietary changes are a great thing to explore! Gluten (wheat protein) and casein (milk protein) seem to be the main culprits.

We've seen an 85-90% improvement in my daughter's sensory issues after removing gluten from her diet.

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