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Years before the gluten free diet was even hard of for Autistic children Doctors in the small town I live in (aroud 30,000 people) were using it for cildren with ADHD. I was one of them. I went from taking meds twice a day to eating every meal at home. During the school year dad just packed my lunch on days that I couldn't get a gluten free lunch at school. It was amazing. I am still using it 15 years later. On days that I do't have a choice for some reason. I can tell the difference in my body and mind. Lots of proteins fruits and veggies and you can make it good for the whole family. If your family is used to more unhealthy eating habbits it might be hard to break but it can be done. That way you don't have to make sepate meals or say " thats for you we are eating something else."
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