I live in Winnipeg Manitoba Canada, and have just read about the testing available through Great Plains Lab. My 20 year old son is mildly affected with Asperger's, and is now motivated to try food and supplement support. Does anyone have experience with this lab and it's tests? Were they helpful in making decisions about diet and supplements? Does anyone know of a good doctor/practitioner in Winnipeg Manitoba, that can help guide a person with ASD through the maze of possible treatments?

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posted about 1 year ago by A MyAutismTeam User

What services and supports are you currently receiving now?

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About a doctor knowing how to interpret the results... who sent you to Great Plains -- a parent or a doctor?
I do not know of many pediatricians who would direct you to… read more

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MyZettel - he saw an Occupational Therapist for many years, and as a family we did the RDI program, which was helpful. As a young adult he tried iLS, but didn't have… read more

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Before undertaking any specialized diet, I suggest first start with eating as healthy as possible. Many feel better simply by eliminating anything that is highly… read more

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My experience with that lab was an allergy testing done back in 2010 that cost $300 and thought at the time it was worth it. But the dairy allergy that they found has… read more

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I have no personal recommendations, but a quick Google search found that this Naturopathic Medicine clinic in Winnipeg has 6 naturopathic physicians on staff. You… read more

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My son has had several test w/ Great Plains lab. We have using it to monitored urine kryptonpyrrole and any yeast/fungus on his intestinal floral. His tests have show… read more

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