Volume 1 - Issue 1 (5) | PP: 96 - 116 Language : العربية
DOI : 10.12816/0040021
DOI : 10.12816/0040021
Diet in People with Autism Spectrum Disorder
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This study is provided biological treatment for autism spectrum disorders (ASD) help to relieve the symptoms of autism spectrum, no doubt to follow such treatments reduce the recourse to drugs. There are a number of treatments and food diets that have been developed in some cases that appear in children with autism, such as hyperactivity and impulsivity, attention problems, anxiety. The primary goal of providing these diets is to provide them with behavioral therapy. With the advance of scientific studies and research results of the studies revealed a link and relationship to deal with autistic individuals certain foods that lead to disturbances in digestion, which affects the brain, and these disorders dating back to bug problems in the physiological environment for children with autism and not a defect in the same food Therefore, increased research and studies that reveal the relationship of digestive disorders and eating certain foods on . autism, it has been developing solutions and proposals to help solve the problems faced by autistic children so the importance of this paper is introducing the reader to the most prominent of these problems and treatment provided to help autistic children. This research aims to achieve the following objectives: -definition of autism spectrum disorder, and the reasons for those interested and specialists in the field of nutrition. -Increased awareness and education towards this category of society. - recognize theories that explain the causes of digestive disorders and their relationship to autism -determines the side effects of Jleitn and casein on autistic children. -lists the steps that the application of the diet of Jleitn and casein. -appreciate the importance of vitamins and magnesium for autistic children. -illustrates the effect of yeasts on autistic children. -shows the effect of fatty acids on children with autism.
How To Cite This Article
, Z. K. E.& , B. M. A. (2017). Diet in People with Autism Spectrum Disorder . International Journal of Educational and Psychological Studies, 1 (1), 96-116, 10.12816/0040021
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