The gluten free diet and autism?

The gluten free diet and autism?

In many cases of persons with autism, poor digestion of casein (milk protein) and of gluten, produce two opiates (substances with stupefying properties, just like heroine and morphine) which enter into the circulation and poison the nervous system. The presence of these two opiates can be revealed by a special analysis of the urine. At present, even though there have not been many case examples, the analysis proves positive in around two thirds of cases, and consequently, in some cases, a gluten and milk-free diet is adopted.