There are some studies published in peer-reviewed journals which appear to show that some interventions, including some of those listed below, may be effective in decreasing gastro-intestinal problems in some individuals with autism.
However there is also some evidence to show that some interventions may actually increase gastro-intestinal problems in some individuals with autism.
Please see Autism and Gastro-Intestinal Problem Intervention Studies for a list of those studies.
There are some anecdotal reports that other interventions, including some of those listed below, may be effective for some individuals.
Please click on the names of the interventions below to find out more about those interventions.
The fact that an intervention is listed below does not necessarily mean that we agree that it is effective for people with autism.Antifungal Drugs, Supplements and AutismApplied Behaviour Analysis (ABA) and AutismDietary Supplements and AutismFeingold Diet and AutismGluten-Free, Casein-Free Diet and AutismImmune Globulins and AutismMulti-Vitamin/Mineral SupplementsOmega 3 Fatty Acid Supplements and AutismSecretin and AutismSpecial Diets and AutismSpecific Carbohydrate Diet and AutismVitamin B6, Magnesium and AutismYeast-Free Diets and Autism
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