Micronutrients, often referred to as vitamins and minerals, are necessary for healthy development, disease prevention, and overall wellbeing1. Children with Autism and ADHD may have a hard time breaking down and processing nutrients due to underlying conditions such as malabsorption, GI issues (leaky gut), metabolic condition, medications, or other underlying chronic illnesses2,3. Micronutrient deficiencies in children can severely impact the brain and bone development, affect the nervous system, and can lead to scurvy, rickets, vision loss, and iron deficiency4. Research shows that a proper supplement regimen can help with children's verbal communication and behavioral symptom severity, as well as improve overall health3. Treatment interventions will be specifically designed to suit your child as a unique individual.
Total MicroNutrient Testing
Copper to Zinc Ratio