A Gluten-Free, Casein-Free Diet No Remedy for Autism

In the meantime, Hines said doctors should not be surprised if parents continue to use the diet to try to improve autism symptoms in their children, despite the weight of the research.

"Autism is a chronic, lifelong condition with no known cure," Hines said. "Parents will continue to try everything out there to make sure they aren't missing anything that could possibly help their child.

"Our job as care providers is to help them along in this process and to try to wade through all the data with them to make the best-informed decisions. "

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