We never really understood why people say nightshades are bad for you. We have heard people say they cause inflammation and we know that our children are prone to inflammation so we thought we better take the time to learn more. In our research to better understand nightshades and how they may be contributing to our children’s health issues, we came across this explanation of nightshades by a fellow blogger and learned a lot.
After reading this blogger’s summary of the Weston A. Price article on nightshades, we will now be limiting (working towards eliminating) nightshades from our diets as well as Annie and Brody’s.
Have any of you out there eliminated nightshades from your child’s diet? What did you notice? Did their symptoms of autism get better?