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Spice up your gluten-free kitchen adventures with our sizzling trio of recipes that pack a punch of flavor! From fiery Spicy Buffalo Cauliflower Bites to the comforting warmth of Spicy Chickpea and Spinach Curry, and ending with a sweet but spicy surprise in our Gluten-Free Spicy Chocolate Avocado Mousse, these dishes cater to every taste bud. Whether you're craving mild or hot, we've got you covered. Get ready to delight in gluten-free delights with a kick!

These recipes ensure that everyone can enjoy a delicious and inclusive Christmas meal, regardless of dietary restrictions. The sensory-friendly tips will help create an environment where your loved one can fully participate in the holiday festivities.

This Christmas, embrace the spirit of togetherness, understanding, and sensory celebration.

These recipes ensure that everyone can enjoy a delicious and inclusive Christmas meal, regardless of dietary restrictions. The sensory-friendly tips will help create an environment where your loved one can fully participate in the holiday festivities.
With Thanksgiving just around the corner, we understand the challenges and excitement that come with preparing an autism-friendly feast on short notice. Here are some last-minute tips to ensure a memorable and sensory-sensitive celebration:
This smoothie is not only delicious but also includes ingredients that are known to have a calming effect. Bananas are rich in potassium and magnesium, which can help to reduce anxiety and promote relaxation. Blueberries are high in antioxidants and have been shown to improve...
 It’s time to break out the pumpkins, light the cinnamon candles, and gaze at the autumn leaves. Here are some tasty and healthy fall treats that your whole family will love. 
The term “gut health” is a phrase you’ve likely run across more and more in recent years, and for good reason. Scientific findings continue to uncover the often underappreciated importance of gut health for overall well being.
As the summer winds down and kids prepare to head back to school, many parents feel a mixed bag of emotions. While the summer always creates lots of fun memories, it can also be refreshing to jump back into a season of more structure and routine. One aspect of the busy routine of the school year that many parents try to master is finding time to make healthy lunches for kids to take to school. Here are some ideas for making sure your kids always have wholesome lunches with them at school.  
It’s no secret that the typical American diet isn’t exactly known for being the most healthy. As a parent, especially if you have kids with some behavioral issues, it’s up to you to be intentional when it comes to providing nutrient-rich foods for your kids. There are several types of essential nutrients that most Americans struggle to get enough of in their diet, but magnesium stands out as an especially important nutrient to focus on.
Feelings of anxiety are often due to external stress that disrupts your sense of calm, but there are also lots of internal factors that influence anxiety as well. If you’re wondering why your kids are experiencing anxiety, you should evaluate their diet to see if there are any adjustments you can make. 
As a parent, you almost certainly start your day off with a cup of coffee to wake yourself up in the morning and to feel focused for the day. This is due to the caffeine content that coffee is known for, which boosts alertness, focus, and energy levels. While consuming caffeine is a well-known and generally accepted practice for adults, what many parents fail to realize is the effects caffeine has on kids.
Many kids who struggle with behavioral issues, whether due to autism, ADHD, or sensory processing disorder, often struggle with both sleep problems and high anxiety and having low levels of magnesium can make these issues worse.

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