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  1. R

    Gluten-Free Dairy-Free Diet

    I heard that a gluten-free dairy-free diet is known as the autism diet and can make symptoms of autism better. Would it be worth high functioning autistics going on this diet if they want to improve? Would this diet be useful even for autistic adults? Have any of you tried it? What happened...
  2. Mary Anne

    Has anyone experimented with nutrition to help alleviate autistic challenges?

    This doctor and his ideas came up on another thread. The doctor is a extremely well known nutritionist, and best selling author. He is well connected to some of the best wellness doctors in the nutritional industry. At first I thought he was a scammer and con artist until I started reading...
  3. Veronica VanCleave-Hunt

    Eating Experience Survey/Looking for your input please

    I don't have an ASD diagnosis but I also haven't saught one out. ASD runs in my family and I score on the higher end or "borderline" on self-diagnostic tests. One thing I know for sure is that I relate more with non-neurotypicals than I do with neurotypicals. As a nutritional science grad...
  4. Veronica VanCleave-Hunt

    New Member - Nutrition & Food Science Student

    Hi there, I just discovered this awesome community. Thank you for letting me join! I don't have a diagnosis but ASD runs in my family. I have scored high on self-diagnostic tests but I'm not sure that I would qualify for a diagnosis. Non the less, I really enjoy communicating with different...
  5. BlackWolfie555

    Lack of Commitment or Interest in Exercise or Diet?

    Does anyone have a hard time committing long term to exercise or diet? Changing my food habits are difficult because when I start to have an emotional melt down, I cope with eating comfort foods. Then I go through an "I don't care" phase of eating, before feeling guilty for not being able to...
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