Autism Food Rules: Practical Solutions for Expanding Your Child’s Diet

Autism Food Rules
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Autism Food Rules
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Autism Food Rules: Practical Solutions for Expanding Your Child’s Diet

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Autism Food Rules: Practical Solutions for Expanding Your Child’s Diet shows you exactly how you can modify mealtimes, increase your child’s interest in new foods, and ultimately expand and improve your child’s diet.

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How many times have you thought:

  • Meals are so stressful.

  • I would love to be able to cook one meal for the whole family.

  • I feel like a failure every day.

  • Eating vegetables would be heaven!

  • What am I supposed to do with a child refuses to even pick up foods outside of his limited range of dry carbs?

  • Is this how it’s always going to be?

  • I wish I could introduce new foods to my child without screaming, crying, and meltdowns.


What if I told you it doesn’t have to be this way?


Autism Food Rules: Practical Solutions for Expanding Your Child’s Diet shows you exactly how you can modify mealtimes, increase your child’s interest in new foods, and ultimately expand and improve your child’s diet.

Feeding a selective eater with autism can be frustrating, tedious, and demoralizing. I know! I work with children just like yours every day - ones who eat less than 10 foods, can’t stand to see others eating, avoid complete food groups, and meltdown at just the sight of new food.

Learn the exact approach that has helped my clients see immediate improvements.

This book includes the expertise I’ve developed over hundreds of hours of training and working with autism families. It contains step-by-step instructions alongside tons of explanations and resources showing you exactly how to expand your child’s diet and improve his or her relationship with food.


What you can expect from Autism Food Rules

70 pages detailing:

  • Why picky eating is so common in kids on the spectrum

  • The best ways to introduce and serve new foods that will increase your child’s willingness to try them

  • How to structure mealtimes that promote healthy, happy eating

  • Tons of ideas for fun food experiences that increase your child’s willingness to try new foods

  • Tips for dealing with sensory symptoms that impact eating

  • The best behavioral strategies for solving autism picky eating  

  • And much more!



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What readers are saying


Your book has changed my life and my kids’ lives. I’m learning so much. Thank you!

Lisa, mom to a 5-year-old and 2-year-old with autism

I enjoyed that Autism Food Rules is an easy read—not full of medical jargon like others I’ve read. The book flows well from one subject adding to the next. I especially love that the book states how every child on the spectrum is different. Working with many other of my daughter’s providers, we often feel like we’re being put into a “one size fits all” package.

The book helped me look at [my daughter’s] complete mealtime environment differently. After making some changes suggested in Autism Food Rules, she is MUCH more interested in staying in her seat and participating. This is extremely exciting for us. We can’t wait to watch her continued progress and making mealtimes a more comforting experience for her! Thank you, Jenny!

Tiffany, mom to an 18-month-old with autism


When reading Autism Food Rules I realized that my son’s picky eating symptoms could be related to how the food is presented and displayed. Since making some of the adjustments recommended in the book, I’m already seeing some improvements! I wholeheartedly recommend Autism Food Rules to other parents.

Kristina, mom to a 2.5-year-old with autism


Your explanations are incredible. You capture everything that I wasn’t able to say for myself when I was still a kid.

Adult picky eater with autism


I just wanted to say thank you. My children have so much food fear and anxiety. Your book has helped me more than anything I’ve found. My most selective has started eating again - old favorites and new flavors. It’s beautiful. So thank you.

Renee, mom of 2 undergoing diagnosis evaluation