“Autistic Diet” getting a closer look
Wheat-, dairy-free plan proving successful for some
By CHERIE BLACK
When he was 3 years old, Matthew Sebastian was diagnosed with autism. Four years later, he began having seizures, which are much more common in autistic children than in the broader population.
Doctors told his parents that by the time their son reached puberty, his seizures would get worse and he would have to wear a helmet to protect his head.
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[added March 16, 2007]
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