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Pdd Nos and a GFCF Diet - How a gluten and casein free diet can help treat Pdd Nos symptoms
New reaserches on Pdd Nos, an Autism Spectrum disorder revealed more evidence on how a GFCF Diet (Gluten and Casein Free Diet) can help treat this developmental disorder.
Boston, Massachusetts -The senior writer on the Pdd Nos Treatment website today announced the publication of a new article entitled, “PDD NOS - Gluten and Casein-Free Diet” (http://pddnostreatment.com/
A gluten free diet can go a long way as a PDD NOS treatment and it is inexpensive as well as healthy for a child with autism. Gluten is a special type of protein which is commonly found in many bread grains, barley, breakfast cereals and oats. It can also be found in many common food starches such as malt, vinegars, semolina and soy sauce as well as artificial colors and hydrolyzed vegetable proteins.
Casein refers to a protein which is commonly found in milk and mostdairy products such as ice cream, cheese, yogurt, butter and margarine. Children with PDD who are affected by casein may also be sensitive to soy products since the proteinsare similar in structure. A large number of parents have reported that removing these proteins led to great improvements in their children's behavior over time.
Autism is a social development disorder which is usually diagnosed in early childhood, but since it is a very complex condition doctors have not been able to identify an exact cause. Some of the symptoms of this disorder include the child resisting affection from the parents, failure to make eye contact when talking to people, failure to speak by the age of two and repetitive behaviour such as hand flapping or rocking.
Some children with autism also develop sensitivity to light, sound and touch and the symptoms can vary greatly from one child to the next. Boys are three times more likely to develop autism than girls and children who are born to parents over the age of 40 are also more likely to develop autism. Family medical history also plays a big part in the development of autism.
Find out other useful info on this autism spectrum disorder on http://pddnostreatment.com/
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