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Study shows link between diet and autism symptoms


A 2018 study by an Arizona State University research team found evidence that a modified diet can drastically transform the lives of people with autism spectrum disorder (ASD). The group, led by ASU professor James Adams, altered the diets of 67 children and adults with ASD and monitored their developments through a variety of tests over the course of a year.

The results showed that cutting out certain foods, particularly those with soy, gluten and casein, the primary protein found in milk, led to significant improvements in nonverbal-IQ test performance when coupled with a multivitamin and Epsom salt baths.

– Zach Parker, Ghidotti

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