My son was diagnosed PPD from birth(not regressive) has had no problems with diarrhea, constipation, ear infections and eats well. He eats a varied diet and seems to have no problem with any foods. Our pediatrician and a DAN doctor both feel he does not need the diet. I was just wondering what kind of success people have had, if their children were regressive and if they showed trouble with foods and digestive before the diet. I don't want to "fix" anything that is not broken when we are working on so many other things. Thanks for your responses.
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