The Gluten Free Casein Free Diet (GFCF)
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The Gluten Free Casein Free Diet (GFCF) Overview

Written by Olivia Cerf.

Gluten and Casein are proteins. Gluten is found in wheat, rye, barley, and oats. Casein is found in milk, cheese, and other dairy products. Preliminary studies have suggested that diets containing gluten and casein may either cause or exacerbate symptoms of autism.

Foods containing gluten and casein may be eliminated simultaneously or one by one. In addition to promising studies showing that gluten and casein elimination may reduce the severity of autism symptoms, gluten elimination alone has also been shown to be successful in the treatment of several other ailments, including

A gluten free diet has even been shown to prevent diabetes in mice. Casein elimination is being studied, in both humans and mice, for its effects on

  • Eczema
  • Lupus
 
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