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Wednesday, January 23, 2008

New GFCF Resources on

While we're waiting for the results of a huge five-year study of a gluten-free, casein-free (GFCF) diet to come out of The University of Rochester Medical School (possibly as soon as May, but I can't be sure), parents will want to check into the resources currently available.

Lisa Jo Rudy's Autism blog on announced New Resources on GFCF (Wheat and Dairy-Free) Diets on the Autism.About.Com Website.

A brand new section of the site, Wheat and Dairy Free Recipes and Tips for Children with Autism, includes articles from around focusing on what's, where's and how's of shopping and cooking for kids who can't eat wheat or dairy.

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