Boy with Autism Recovers After Gluten-free Casein-free Diet

November is National Gluten-Free Month
While a gluten-free diet is advocated for those suffering from celiac’s disease and/or autism, the pros and cons for abiding by a gluten-free diet have been hotly debated. I haven’t started a gluten-free diet personally or with my boys, but I am more aware of how much processed food/ snacks we eat and I’ve been cutting back.  Thankfully, my boys do not have autism, ADD or ADHD but I don’t want to feed them too much of ANYTHING that could make them more hyper!

Have you tried a gluten-free diet for you and/or your child? If so, why and how did it go?   

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6 thoughts on “Boy with Autism Recovers After Gluten-free Casein-free Diet

  1. Pingback: Boy with Autism Recovers After Gluten-free Casein-free Diet « JP-LOGAN.com and Associates

  2. I have twins who are autistic and we did it for about a year. We were strict t first and slowly introduced some gluten back into their diet. We stopped awhile ago but my boys now do a lot of meals that would fit a south beach / gluten free / low carb diet. A lot of fruit and veggies with decent sources of protein. It helped with some of their symptoms as well I’d recommend trying it

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