1. Peculiar Toy Habits
While to you, the photo may just look like some colored sticks; to an autistic child this is a work of art they’ve mastered for hours.
Peculiar toy habits can often shed some light for the parents that their little one may be someone that has very distinct tastes.
Autistic children typically prefer to sort items, stack them, place objects in rows, or lines, or separate them into groupings as they see fit. It’s not exactly in a ‘neat freak’, or obsessive compulsive fashion, instead this is just something they feel is how they’re comfortable using their toys. Items they thrive over are dominoes, playing cards, cars, blocks, anything that can be sorted by color, and so forth.
The easiest and least expensive way to plant healthy bacteria in the digestive tract is to take Cabbage Rejuvelac. But probiotic supplements can also plant good bacteria in the digestive tract. Unfortunately, it’s not as simple as just buying the first probiotic supplement and assuming it will do the job. The best probiotic supplements will contain specific strains of bacteria that have been studied and verified as effective, and they will identified on the bottle as a series of letters or numbers after the name of the bacteria to indicate a specific strain. Some of the most studied strains include Lactobacillus acidophilus DDS-1 and Lactobacillus GG. Probiotic supplements should be at least 500 billion organisms per gram, contained in dark bottles to avoid deterioration by heat and light, and kept refrigerated, even in the store. Take according to instructions on the bottle.
Dr. Nadia Musavvir is a licensed naturopathic doctor based in Los Angeles working with the Healthy Doc team. Nadia uses Eastern and Western philosophies and methods to restore the body's normal physiology in order to get to the root of medical concerns. She also offers customized solutions for health and aesthetic concerns for her patients. Her approach goes beyond symptom control and cosmetic treatments, instead, she provides patients with the necessary tools to create healing that starts from within and reflects outward. Nadia is able to draw the link between emotions and health utilizing treatments to address the emotional body as well as the physical body. Alongside her Naturopathic degree, Nadia holds a bachelor's of science in kinesiology as well as a health-coaching certificate. She has pursued additional training in her particular areas of interest allowing her treatments to encompass health coaching, functional medicine, craniosacral therapy as well as PRP facial treatments. The wide span of training from various areas of wellness allow Nadia's approach to be truly multi-faceted, addressing the person as a whole in order to support inner and outer healing.