Autism | Foodfacts.com
Avoiding Wheat Gluten and Dairy Products Can Help Those with Autism
Foodfacts.com Blog research indicates that, until just a few years ago, treatment options for those with autism had been limited because of a narrow perspective that views autism as simply a brain
malfunction or psychiatric disorder. However, more recent scientific data is expanding that perspective and suggesting that nutrition and dietary interventions, particularly the removal of wheat and dairy products, make a significant difference. (more…)
Autism and Food
Editor’s Note: Readers are cautioned to research these topics extensively and independently. Food Facts does not endorse any specific opinions or research, but rather endeavors to present a variety of news and opinion in our effort to be an effective resource for a nutritionally empowered consumer.
Many adults and children with autism are working to create personalized nutritional programs based upon their health history, symptoms and test results.
Autism is a complex biological disorder. Symptoms include difficulties with speech; abnormalities of posture or gesture; problems with understanding the feelings of others; sensory and visual misperceptions, fears and anxieties; and behavioral abnormalities such as compulsive/obsessive behavior and ritualistic movements. (more…)