Children with autistic spectrum disorder tend to be picky eaters, and so parents tend to use supplements. A large study that has closely monitored the eating patterns of such kids, however, has concluded that "few children with autistic spectrum disorder need most of the micronutrients they are commonly given as supplements," and even when they are used, a question remains about whether these children are getting enough vitamin D and calcium. Continued at MedicalNewsToday>>

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