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Unformatted text preview: function. My sides of the argument would be (1) Elimination diets have an effect on autistic childrens behavior and (2) Elimination diets play no role in the behavior of autistic kids. Parents of children who have been put on the GFCF diet say that there has been a sig-nificant improvement in sleeping patterns, gastrointestinal regulation, regulation of activ-ity and speech. However, most doctors who deal with autistic patients are not always trained in allergy sensitivities and nutrition. It may not work for all autistic patients be-cause they may have other allergy sensitivities besides just gluten and casein....
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This note was uploaded on 10/27/2009 for the course NS 115 at Cornell University (Engineering School).