Another study on the gluten free/casein free diet and autism. This time focusing on kids with a sign of “leaky gut”

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I recently wrote about a study of the gluten free/casein free (GF/CF) diet and autistic kids. The kids in that study were put on the diet and then given snacks with gluten and/or casein and their behavior was monitored. And nothing happened. Breaking the diet did not cause increases in autistic behaviors. But people complained that the study size was small (valid complaint, but not a killer) and that the kids in the study didn’t have GI disease (again, not a killer for the study. The GF/CF diet is marketed as a very general autism “therapy”).

But I wrote the previous article knowing that another study had just come out. A study focused on kids with “severe maladaptive behavior” and a sign of the so-called “leaky gut” syndrome. Gluten and casein supplementation does not increase symptoms in children with autism spectrum disorder.

The abstract is below. The researchers looked…

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