Spectrum Care+

The Spectrum Care+ Protocol

Many children experience social, cognitive and behavioral impairment, communication issues, sleep disorders and digestive issues.

Research suggests that metabolic issues can cause deficits in sociability and communication and increased repetitive and/or restrictive behaviors in children. (1)

Many medical professionals now recognize metabolic/biochemical abnormalities are present in children with special needs. They suggest nutritional support may improve the underlying biochemical abnormalities to lessen symptoms. (2)

Research shows that there are natural, nutritional solutions that may help improve the child’s health and abilities.

The Spectrum Care+ Protocol is designed to help children with:

  • Cognitive Issues
  • Speech & Language Delays
  • Behavioral Issues
  • Communication & Interpersonal Relations Issues
  • Digestion Problems
  • Sleep Issues

What Can the Spectrum Care+ Protocol Do?

When used as indicated, the Spectrum Care+ Protocol has shown to support better metabolic, gut and neurological health in children and young adults with resulting improvements in these key factors:

When used as indicated, the Spectrum Care+ Protocol has shown to support better metabolic, gut and neurological health in children and young adults with resulting improvements in these key factors:

  1. Cognition
  2. Social Communication
  3. Digestion
  4. Sleep patterns.

What is the Spectrum Care+ Protocol?

The Spectrum Care+ Protocol utilizes:

  1. Camelicious, 100% whole camel milk powder.
  2. Spectrum Care+/Metabolic Boost, a natural, plant-based formula designed to support optimum metabolism and gut health.

The Spectrum Care+ Protocol, a natural, nutritional protocol to support metabolic, gut and neurological health, is currently being used with children and young adults from England, Australia, Japan, New Zealand, Malaysia and Indonesia.

We are excited to let you know Spectrum Care+ Protocol is now available in the US.

See Spectrum Care+

References:
1.Metabolic Dysfunction Underlying Autism Spectrum Disorder and Potential Treatment Approaches; Ning Cheng, Jong M Rho, Susan A Masino
2. Autism + Metabolism; Stephen G. Kahler, MD

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