Food and children are not the best of friends, especially children on the spectrum. This episode I talk about how I changed my son’s diet to gluten-free and wheat-free, and how these changes helped him incredibly.
Let me know in the comments below, what kind of diet does your child have?
A recent review of scientific studies found that children with autism are five times more likely to have mealtime challenges such as extremely narrow food selections, ritualistic eating behaviors (e.g. no foods can touch) and meal-related tantrum.
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