Nutrient intake from food in children with autism.

  title={Nutrient intake from food in children with autism.},
  author={Susan L. Hyman and Patricia Ann Stewart and Brianne L Schmidt and Usa Cain and Nicole Lemcke and Jennifer T Foley and Robin Peck and Traci Clemons and Ann Reynolds and Cynthia Johnson and Benjamin L. Handen and S. Jill James and Patty Manning Courtney and Cynthia A. Molloy and Philip K. Ng},
  volume={130 Suppl 2},
OBJECTIVE The impact of abnormal feeding behaviors reported for children with autism spectrum disorders (ASDs) on their nutritional status is unknown. We compared nutrient intake from food consumed by children with and without ASD and examined nutrient deficiency and excess. METHODS Prospective 3-day food records and BMI for children (2-11 years) with ASD participating in the Autism Treatment Network (Arkansas, Cincinnati, Colorado, Pittsburgh, and Rochester) were compared with both the… CONTINUE READING
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