She Claims That This ‘Autism Diet’ Cured Her Son

She Claims That This ‘Autism Diet’ Cured Her Son

Approximately one in every 2,000 kids had autism back in the 1970s. Today, the number has surprisingly skyrocketed to one in every 150, a disturbing fact for both health experts and parents. The fact that the mainstream health community does not acknowledge any particular cure for this disorder is equally concerning.


Fortunately, open-minded researchers the likes of Dr. Kenneth Bock have continually studied alternative treatments. As much as it might come as a shock, gluten and dairy-free dieting is among the most promising treatments thus far. Although this Autism diet might seem like an unlikely remedy, one mother swears it works. Tracy Fox says the dietary switch worked miraculously for her son Ethan Fox, curing his autism altogether. He son had never slept for more than two consecutive hours.

According to his mother, Ethan Fox was diagnosed with autism at the tender age of six. The diagnosis came after they had lived far down the rabbit hole for two years, further than Tracy could ever have imagined. Back then, Ethan could not sleep for more than two hours in a row. According to his mother, Ethan never spoke, not ever. In fact, the only time she heard her son’s voice was when he screamed in the middle of the night.

During the most difficult period of this experience, a social worker advised Tracy that she needed to accept a few facts. For starters, Ethan would have to be institutionalized before he turned five. Secondly, he would never attend a general education school or graduate from high school. And lastly, he would never have a girlfriend.

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