Study Showing that GFCF Diet May Positively Affect ASD

Here’s a recent study that has not gotten any press showing that the GFCF diet may positively affect autism.  It followed a larger group of children for 12 months, not four weeks like the other study in the news lately.  Why did the media not cover this one?

Researchers stated, “Our results suggest that dietary intervention may
positively affect developmental outcome for some children diagnosed with
ASD.”

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