My son is five years old, diagnosed at three with PDD. He has been gluten/casein/soy free since three and we have seen a great deal of improvement since he began the diet. He is also on a pretty strict regimen of supplements (calcium, zinc, multi-vit, magnesium, selenium, pro-biotic, and fish oil). He recently tested out of services :) and is attending a typical kindergarten. Kindergarten has brought a number of changes though and I was wondering if any stress can bring on past behaviors. He flaps more frequently now, is beginning to have an issue with textures (gag reflex), even with favorite foods, and seems to have more anxiety. His diet has always been an issue, but his school has agreed to allow me to pack hot GFCFSF foods, that they will heat and serve. I've sent the food, but he still won't eat. I would like some general comments/advice. I am definitely stressed and do not want to let him see it.
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