A Ventography!

Just two moms letting off some steam



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While we lived on Ramen noodles in college, once autism came into our lives, we became believers in the importance of a healthy, whole foods diet. We now regularly annoy our friends and family members by lecturing them on the dangers of processed foods – preservatives, additives, etc.

When we saw this video, we felt validated. Here, before your very eyes, you can see the difference in how your body processes “real” versus “fake” (processed) foods.

We feel this is especially important viewing for the autism community, since so many of our children have severe gut issues. From this video, one can see that processed foods like Ramen and Gatorade stay fully formed in the stomach for hours. Where as, whole foods are easily broken down and processed for utilization as nature intended.

Please take a few minutes to watch this thought-provoking video.


Author: A Ventography!

A Ventography is about: 1. Encouraging and empathizing with other parents on the autism spectrum. 2. Recycling and simplifying information on the latest autism news and health and diet tips. 3. Asking thought provoking questions designed to make us rethink what we've been told about autism. 4. Helping connect the dots that show, in some cases, autism is more than a brain disorder. 5. Challenging parents to rethink what they've been told, refuse the status quo, and escape the whirlwind of confusion.


  1. oh man thats nasty! will it stop me from eating ramen? NOPE every once in a while wont kill me. im a healthy person but i like to live my life and eat junk foods from time to time. good and interesting post though.


  2. Reblogged this on and commented:
    This is amazing to watch! We also I am sure regularly annoy our friends & family with Aiden’s food allergies & diet needs.


  3. So glad my son doesn’t eat Ramen but they do have gatorade at times.


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