Nutrition (Bio 3524)

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In this article it shows that autistic children do have lower vitamin D levels but its not because of reduced duration of sun exposure.  The exact cause of vitamin D deficiency wasn’t resolved however, a higher level of anti-Mag autoantibodies were found.

Reasons for this weren’t established so more studies have to be done.

 

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