Eleanor - posted on 09/01/2010 ( 3 moms have responded )
I want to implement a gluten free-casein free diet with my autistic son for gastrointestinal reasons and because it is known to help increase the autistic child's capacity to focus and learn. My question is what foods can be purchased ready to eat? Where do I get them? I'm having a hard time finding answers on the internet, although Bisquick/Nestle have a few options. I'm looking mainly for cheese substitutes, processed meats, breads, etc. Do I need to shop exclusively at specialty grocery stores now? Pleae share any useful websites or food items that you are aware of!! I'm scared of the reaction my child will have as his comfort foods are gradually replaced...