Presenting the results of our study:

“Ratings of the Effectiveness of 13 Therapeutic Diets for Autism Spectrum Disorder”

Latest Research on the Benefits of Therapeutic Diets for Autism:

Newly published study shows the benefit of therapeutic diets in reducing symptoms and autism severity in 818 individuals.

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Julie S. Matthews, MS

James B. Adams, PhD

On this webinar with the co-authors
you will:

1Learn which therapeutic diets had an overall benefit, including how diet compared to psychiatric/seizure medications and nutraceuticals

2Get a deep dive into the diets studied included: GFCF diet, the ketogenic diet, Feingold diet, healthy diet, low sugar, Specific Carbohydrate Diet, paleo, gluten-free, casein-free, soy-free, corn-free, food avoidance based on IgG/IgE, and food avoidance based on observation

3Find out which diets were the best for: attention, cognition, irritability, health, hyperactivity, aggression/agitation, anxiety, constipation, diarrhea, language/communication, and more.

4Hear about how different diets improved different symptoms; and how your child’s symptoms may be useful when guiding which diets might be most beneficial for them.

5Find out how diet impacted autism
severity overall.


Julie S. Matthews, MS

Julie Matthews is a Certified Nutrition Consultant, published researcher, and author specializing in complex neurological, immune, and digestive disorders, most notably autism. Her approach is based upon scientific research and applied clinical experience to address the underlying biochemistry and BioIndividual Nutrition® needs of each person.


James B. Adams, PhD

James Adams is a President’s Professor in the School of Engineering of Matter, Transport and Energy (SEMTE) and the undergraduate program chair for materials science and engineering in the Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering at Arizona State University.

Professor Adams has done extensive research in developing computational models of materials and applying those models to the study of properties of materials. He also directs the Autism/Asperger’s Research Program at ASU with focus on biomedical issues, including nutritional deficiencies, heavy metal toxicity and bacterial/yeast overgrowths in the gut.

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Latest Research on the Benefits of
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