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Significance of Diet for Children with Special Needs - Part II

Significance of Diet for Children with Special Needs - Part II

Autism

ASD (Autism Spectrum Disorders) impair a child's ability to communicate and interact with other people. ASDs are also characterized by ritualistic or repetitive behaviour, such as finger tapping or head banging, or constant picking. Constipation is also more common among kids with autism, and it seems that kids with ASDs frequently experience abdominal pain, stool leakage, bloating, and reflux.