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Yeast-Free Diet and Autism

The yeast-free diet is a type of exclusion diet which requires you to avoid all sources of yeast.

Some people believe that that a form of yeast called candida albicans may cause autism. It may also exacerbate some behaviour and health problems in people with autism.

They believe that a yeast-free diet, alongside treatments to remove existing yeast concentrations in the body, can help resolve some of these problems.

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We have been unable to identify any scientific studies or trials of yeast-free diets for people on the autism spectrum.

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Updated
11 Sep 2017