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Newly Published Research Indicates 97% of Apraxic Children Improving with Novel Nutritional Combination
Date:8/13/2009

but rather a complex syndrome that affects a person's neurologic function. Using the term "SAAM" (syndrome of allergy, apraxia, and malabsorption), the authors describe a novel syndrome for a subgroup of these children. Impaired gastro intestinal function and multiple allergies that are associated with poor absorption in their diets can contribute to nutritional deficiencies including vitamin E and omega-3 fatty acids in these children.

NourishLife, the parent company of SpeechNutrients, has an exclusive license agreement with Children's Hospital & Research Center Oakland (CHRCO) to a patented nutritional formulation to address verbal apraxia. The formulation includes concentrated omega-3 and vitamin E and is offered as NourishLife speak™. Available only since September 2008, over 1000 families have tested speak™ with reports of dramatic improvements in their children including increased babbling, first words spoken, increased narrative, eye contact, pointing, and gross motor skills.

Mark Nottoli, founder of NourishLife, states, "The results of the study are quite significant. There has been evidence for some time that omega-3 fish oil can be beneficial for speech issues. What is remarkable about this report is that it identified the symptoms of vitamin E deficiency as mirroring those of apraxia and the concurrent benefits of vitamin E in addition to omega-3."

Laura Lagano, MS, RD consulting nutritionist for NourishLife states, "The observations made by Morris and colleagues represent the most comprehensive study to date about the impact of a nutrition component on children with verbal apraxia. It demonstrates that
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