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Does Nutritional Intake Differ Between Children With Autism Spectrum Disorders And Children With Typical Development?

Alison C Herndon, C. DiGuiseppi, S. Johnson, J. Leiferman, A. Reynolds
Published 2009 · Medicine, Psychology
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Consumption of macro- and micronutrients and food group servings by children with autism spectrum disorders (ASDs; n = 46) and typical development (n = 31) were compared using 3-day diet records. Children with ASDs consumed significantly more vitamin B6 and E and non-dairy protein servings, less calcium, and fewer dairy servings (p < .05). The significantly lower dairy serving intake persisted after controlling for child age and sex and parental dietary restrictions, and excluding children on the gluten-free casein-free (GFCF) diet. Large proportions of children in both groups did not meet national recommendations for daily intake of fiber, calcium, iron, vitamin E, and vitamin D.
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