Video: Can autism effectively be treated by diet?

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"It's long past time for parents and professionals to get on the same page, and treat autism as a medical disorder instead of a genetic, behavioral abnormality." - Karyn Seroussi

Meet food/diet/biomedical treatment advocate, author and mom of a son formerly on the spectrum, Karyn Seroussi. No one has put as much effort into tirelessly compiling independent research proving what parents of kids with autism have known for over a decade: that GFCF diets significantly impact autism symptoms in a significant number of children. And that for some, starting this diet early-on pays huge dividends in their development.

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