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Resources on Free Glutamate

Interviews with Dr. Katie Reid:

Sources for more information from Dr. Russell Blaylock:

Sources for more information from Dr. Amy Yasko:

The original website we used to explain the role MSG and sources to avoid. Fantastic information on hidden sources, history and health issues associated with MSG consumption: Truth in Labeling

Fantastic website by the incredible, Carol Hoernlein, on the dangers of MSG and the connection between MSG in autism: MSG Truth

Media Resources on MSG

AutismOne Presentations Touching on the Glutamate Connection:

Resources for ASD Parents

  • Recovering Kids– Shortly after we no longer qualified for a diagnosis, I was introduced to this group of parents fighting to recover their children.  Not only do they have a Facebook page, they also have this fantastic blog,
  • TACA (Talk About Curing Autism Now)– TACA is an amazing non-profit dedicated in helping, supporting and empowering  families affected by autism.  It offers free autism parent mentors for autism families, and I am proud to be one of them.  While they don’t have much information regarding glutamate, they have a substantial amount of information available via their website, podcast, conferences, coffee talks, journey guides and parent mentors.
  • I would encourage you to take the Autism Treatment Evaluation Checklist (ATEC) as one of your very first steps, even if your child is not on the autism spectrum. This simple checklist is an easy way to track progress and may help gauge how much improvement you’re seeing from dietary changes.  Click this link to access the survey and select “English” in the lower lefthand corner to begin. At the end of the survey, your score will be generated, the lower the number the better. It may be beneficial in having your spouse and or therapist preform the survey as well. You may also have the option to have results emailed to you for future reference.  We personally try to complete the survey roughly once every three months to track progress. Along the same lines, we can easily be consumed by current issues are struggles.