Casein-Free Diet for Autistic Spectrum Disorder
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Ashley Solomon, Paige Batson, and Jessica Knickelbine

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  • P A I G E B A T S O NJ E S S I C A K N I C K E L B I N EA S H L E Y S O L O M O NJ U N E 3 0 , 2 0 1 3Gluten Free – Casein FreeDiet for Autism
  • Team Member Journal Article SummaryJessica Knickelbine Pub MedGluten-and Casein-freediet for autistic spectrumdisorderCochrane DatabaseSyst Rev.Millward C, Ferriter M, Calver S,Connell-Jones G.(update 2008 (2): CD003498)Randomized Controlled trialsinvolving elimination of gluten and/orcasein from diets of autistic spectrumdisorder.Trials varied, undoubtedly because oftheir small scale, in the area ofcognitive skills, linguistic and motorability the diet had nil effect; howeverin the area of reduction of autistictraits there was a report of significantimprovement for the combination ofremoving gluten and casein from thediet.http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/15106205
  • TeamMemberJournalArticleCitationSummaryStatementAshleySolomonCynthia, J., Benjamin,H., Michelle, Z., Kelley,S., & Kylan, T. (2011).effects of gluten free /casein free diet in youngchildren with autism: Apilot study. Journal ofDevelopmental andPhysical Disabilities.,23(3), 213. Retrievedfromhttp://galenet.galegroup.com.libproxy.troy.edu/servlet/HWRC/...The article was a pilot study whichinvolved a three-month, prospective,open label, randomized, parallelgroups design of a GFCF diet andcompared to an attention controltechnique of lower sugar intake foryoung kids with ASD. Both groupsshowed improvement with ASDbehaviors but no significantdifference was found between thegroups. The findings do not supportthe DFCF diet for ASD.
  • Team Member Website SummaryPaige Batson http://www.webmd.com/brain/autism/gluten-free-casein-free-diets-for-autismThis website describes ASDand defines the GFCF diet,while informing readersthat there has not beenenough scientific reseachto prove this diet reallyworks.
  • J. Knickelbine Menu PlanFood Item Servings ServingSizeTotalgramsOIL-OLIVE-SALAD OR COOKING 0.5 1 oz 14.175 gNUTS-COCONUT MILK-RAW(LIQUID EXPRESSED FROMGRATED MEAT AND WATER)1.5 1 c 360gramsPOTATOES-BOILED INSKINWO/SALT1 1 oz 28.35 gSWEETPOTATOES-FRZ-CKD-BAKED-WO/SALT2 1 tbsp 22 gramsONIONS-CKD-BOILED-DRAINED-WO/SALT0.25 1 c 60 gramsPEAS AND CARROTS-FRZ-CKD-BOILED-DRAINED-WO/SALT0.5 1 c 80 gramsSNACKS-POPCORN-OIL-POPPED-WHITE POPCORN1 1 oz 28.35gramsRICE-BROWN-LONG-GRAIN-RAW1.5 1 tbsp 17.25gramsSOUPS-HOME PREPARED-BRUNSWICK STEW0.5 1 c 122gramsDEER-COOKED-ROASTED 1.5 1 oz 42.525gramsCHICKEN-ROASTING-MEAT ONLY-RAW1.5 1 oz 42.525gramsBABYFOOD-FRUIT-APPLESAUCE &PINEAPPLE-STRAINED2 1 oz 56.7gramsAPPLE JUICE-CANNED/BOTTLED-UNSWEETENED-WO/ADDED ASCACID3 1 oz 85.05gramsWATER-BOTTLED-PERRIER 19.5 1 FL OZBOTTLE576gramsHUMMUS-RAW 0.5 1 oz 14.175 gEGGS-CHICKEN-WHOLE-CKD-POACHED1 1 oz 28.35gramsAnalysis ResultsNutrient Total Rec. %RecCalories 1625.52 1900 85.55%Pro (g) 55.95 26 215.19%Fat (g) 118.69 63.33 187.42%Carb (g) 101.11 --Fiber (g) 14.56 25 58.24%Cal (mg) 253.06 800 31.63%Iron (mg) 13.9 10 139%Na (mg) 765.61 2400 31.90%Pot (mg) 2176.15 --Phos (mg) 920.87 500 184.17%Ash (g) 9.04 --vitA (IU) 10253.32 3000 341.78%vitC (mg) 49.03 25 196.12%Thia (mg) 0.65 0.6 108.33%Ribo (mg) 0.71 0.6 118.33%Nia (mg) 15.29 8 191.13%H2O % 65.14 Children 4-8 --satF (g) 82.32 21.11 389.96%monoF (g) 20 21.11 94.74%polyF (g) 8.5 21.11 40.27%Chol (mg) 230.57 300 76.86%
  • Paige Batson Personal Diet ListFood Item Servings Serving Size TotalgramsCOOKIES-ANIMALCRACKERS (INCLUDESARROWROOT-TEA BISCUITS;)15 1 CRACKERAPPROX37.5 gramsORANGE JUICE-RAW 5 1 floz 155 gramsSOUP-CHICKENVEGETABLE-DEHYDRATED-DRY1 1 CUP (8 FLOZ)14.1 gramsDRINK MIX-COUNTRYTIME; NO SUGAR; PINKLEMONADE6 1 floz 180 gramsSNACKS-TORTILLA CHIPS-PLAIN3 1 oz 85.05gramsRAISINS-SEEDLESS 0.5 1 CUP NOTPACKED72.5 gramsTURKEY BOLOGNA 2 1 SLICES2 OZ 56.7 gramsBREAD-MIXED-GRAIN(INCLUDES WHOLE-GRAIN-7-GRAIN)2 1 SLICE 52 gramsORANGE JUICE-FROZENCONCENTRATE-UNSWEETENED-DILUTED W/3 VOL WATER4 1 FL OZ 124.4gramsSOY MILK-FLUID 0.5 1 CUP 120 gramsCEREAL-CORN CHEX 1 1 CUP 30 gramsAnalysis ResultsNutrient Total Rec. %RecCalories 1381.58 2200 62.8%Pro (g) 33.83 48 70.48%Fat (g) 41.92 73.33 57.17%Carb (g) 228.82 --Fiber (g) 14.66 30 48.87%Cal (mg) 324.46 1000 32.45%Iron (mg) 17.25 10 172.5%Na (mg) 2476.82 2400 103.20%Pot (mg) 1812.34 --Phos (mg) 590.57 700 84.37%Ash (g) 10.37 330 3.14%vitA (IU) 631.89 4000 15.8%vitC (mg) 140.19 75 186.92%Thia (mg) 1.42 1.1 129.09%Ribo (mg) 0.81 1.1 73.64%Nia (mg) 13.99 14 99.93%H2O % 36.03Female 19-30--satF (g) 9.44 24.44 38.63%monoF (g) 20.33 24.44 83.18%polyF (g) 8 24.44 32.73%Chol (mg) 58.95 300 19.65%
  • Ashley S. Menu PlanFood Item Total ServingSizeGramTotalCEREAL-OATMEALCRISP ALMOND1 1 oz. 28.35gMCDONALDSSAUSAGE1 1 oz. 28.35 gSOUP-TOMATO-DEHYDRATED-DRY1 1 oz. 28.35 gMCDONALDSGARDEN SALAD1 1 oz. 28.35 gGRAPEFRUIT-RAW-PINK&RED-FLORIDA1 1 oz. 28.35 gCRACKERS-MATZO-PLAIN1 1 oz. 28.35 gBEEF-SHORT LOIN-T-BONE STEAK-CHOICE-SEP LEAN-CKD-BROILED-1/4in. FAT1 1 oz. 28.35gramsSWEETPOTATOES-CKD-BAKED IN SKIN-WO/SALT1 1 oz. 28.35gramsBEANS-BLACK-BOILED-WO/SALT1 1 oz. 28.35Analysis ResultsNutrient Total Rec. Rec%Calories 580.89 2500 23.24%Pro (g) 23.8 58 41.03%Fat (g) 19.06 83.33 22.87%Carb (g) 81.07Fiber (g) 7.57 30 25.23%Cal (mg) 109.29 1000 10.93%Iron (mg) 5.69 30 18.97&Na (mg) 1281034 2400 53.39%Pot (mg) 774.94Phos (mg) 285.68 700 40.81%Ash (g) 4.31vitA (IU) 8118.89 4000 202.97%vitC (mg) 29.79 85 35.05%Thia (mg) .49 1.4 35%Ribo (mg) .49 104 35%Nia (mg) 6.14 18 34.11%H2O % 32.86satF (g) 5.93 27.78 21.35monoF (g) 3.41 27.78 12.28polyF (g) 1.12 27.78 4.03%Chol (mg) 46.61 300 15.54
  • The Casein-Free/Gluten-Free Diet is one that is making its way around theUnited States. Parents and individuals are hearing of the miraculous works andjumping the gun. However, can a diet such as this really treat symptoms of aperson living with autism? As of now, there is not enough conclusive scientificevidence to prove that this diet actually works. Nonetheless, individuals areadapting to the dietary changes in hopes that it really works.In terms of adequacy and balance, there is enough variety of nutrientsand foods to provide recommended values; likewise, some foods may need to beconsumed in larger amounts to meet the recommended amounts. Some foodsthat are suggested for this diet are not as nutrient dense as others; however,arranging meals that balance one another with nutrient density is very doable.The only set back to this diet would be the time and cost. Buying gluten-free foodsand healthier choice foods is going to cost more money and having to prepareeach meal will also be more time consuming. However, the diet is calorie sound,with the right proportions, and could potentially improve symptoms of autism.ConsensusStatement