Autism and strange diets

Posted by: alisrowe, August 26, 2018

People with ASD may have strange diets and atypical attitudes towards eating. A serious complication of this can be a person having an eating disorder illness. Sometimes though, these habits are just normal and make sense if you remember that the person has ASD. Here is some insight into strange diets, problematic consequences and potential strategies to these. I’ll also note some of the possible positives of atypical eating habits.

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