Eletronic Journal of Applied Psychology
this book provides an excellent overview of dietary interventions and would be a valuable resource approach is thorough and balances technical and practical information skillfully.
Dr Rosemary Waring, University of Birmingham
Often overlooked by professionals, dietary interventions in autistic spectrum disorders can be very helpful and more importantly, are something that parents and carers can actually do to help the children. However, many different diets have been suggested and parents/carers can waste time and money trying the wrong diet for their particular child. Dr Aitken's book gives much-needed practical advice on matching the diet to the child and clear explanations about the biochemical background involved. Essential reading for anyone caring for a child with ASD.
Whitterer on Autism
There is a great deal to praise about this book: the format, the style where science is both readable and comprehensible, the facts, the theories and claims, and a hefty dose of reality.