Are therapeutic diets an emerging additional choice in autism spectrum disorder management?

  title={Are therapeutic diets an emerging additional choice in autism spectrum disorder management?},
  author={M. Gogou and G. Kolios},
  journal={World Journal of Pediatrics},
  • M. Gogou, G. Kolios
  • Published 2018
  • Medicine
  • World Journal of Pediatrics
  • BackgroundA nutritional background has been recognized in the pathophysiology of autism and a series of nutritional interventions have been considered as complementary therapeutic options. [...] Key MethodData sourceA systematic review was conducted by two reviewers independently. Prospective clinical and preclinical studies were considered.ResultTherapeutic diets that have been used in children with autism include ketogenic and gluten/casein-free diet. We were able to identify 8 studies conducted in animal…Expand Abstract
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