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Eating away autism? The GAPS diet - ABC News

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Published on Jul 23, 2013

One mom says a unique diet saved her daughter from a disorder that hits one in 88 kids.
"We spent about a year trying to figure out what was going on," Kati Hornung told Action News.

Not wanting to give Zizi drugs, Katie turned to the guts and psychology syndrome -- or "GAPS" diet. The belief is toxins from bad bacteria in the gut created by undigested foods can severely affect brain function. By healing the gut, you heal diseases

Dr. Mulloy is conducting a first of its kind study testing the GAPS diet as a treatment for kids with autism spectrum disorder. He will analyze behavior, such as language use, and measure any physiological changes in the body, like inflammation in the gut.

Margot KIm report (ABC)

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