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Gluten-Free, Casein-Free Diet Is Not Proven to Help With Autism, Says TC Researcher

But, the Autism Research Institute recommends the GFCF diet as a treatment for autism and related conditions, Hee Won Lee, Research Associate in the Department of Health and Behavior Studies, told autism therapist Stephen DeSerio, writing for the GoArticles.com website.
But, the Autism Research Institute recommends the GFCF diet as a treatment for autism and related conditions, Hee Won Lee, Research Associate in the Department of Health and Behavior Studies, told autism therapist Stephen DeSerio, writing for the GoArticles.com website.

LINK:  Six Questions With Nutrition Expert Dr Heewon Lee on the Popular GFCF Diet

Published Tuesday, Sep. 13, 2011

Gluten-Free, Casein-Free Diet Is Not Proven to Help With Autism, Says TC Researcher

But, the Autism Research Institute recommends the GFCF diet as a treatment for autism and related conditions, Hee Won Lee, Research Associate in the Department of Health and Behavior Studies, told autism therapist Stephen DeSerio, writing for the GoArticles.com website.

LINK:  Six Questions With Nutrition Expert Dr Heewon Lee on the Popular GFCF Diet
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