Diet and Nutrition Resources for Autism Caregivers

Best Foods for Leaky Gut guide

Leaky gut or leaky gut syndrome occurs when the gut lining develops holes or cracks. These openings allow toxins and partially digested food to seep into the bloodstream and your body's tissue.

Center for Health Services

10 Martingale Road, Suite 400
Schaumburg, IL 60133                                                                          
(847) 893-9788  

Provides therapies including: Occupational Therapy, Physical Therapy, Behavior Therapy Speech Therapy, Specialty Therapy Services and Family Therapy and / Counseling. Additionally, the center provides Nutrition Therapy and Health and Wellness education. 

Fruitful Yield

4334 E. Fox Valley Center Drive
Aurora, IL, 60504
(630) 585-9200

Locations in Aurora (Fox Valley Mall and West Aurora Plaza), Berwyn, Bloomingdale, Elmhurst, Lombard, Schaumburg, and South Elgin

Fruitful Yield stores' product mix include foods that are organic, natural, wheat-free products, or have a lower carb content, in order to serve the special needs of those with dietary restrictions. Shopping available on-line or at store locations.


10517 United Pkwy, Schiller Park, Illinois, 60176
(773) 328-2490

The food in GoPicnic break meals contains no trans fats, high fructose corn syrup, added MSG, or artificial flavors or colors.

PURE Compounding Pharmacy

Kim Gould, RPh, MS & Leslie Ferguson, RPh, PharmD
603 E. Diehl Road, Suite 131
Naperville, IL 60563
(630) 505-4040

PURE makes unique dosage forms and can prepare prescriptions in many different formulations (without allergens or artificial additives). Their pharmacy practice specialty is autism.

The Signs of a Healthy Gut

Zemas Madhouse Foods

PO Box 823, Highland Park, IL 60035
(847) 910-4512

Great for athletes and gluten-free families; allergen-free; vegan; yeast free; sesame and rice free; no additives, preservatives or trans fats.