In recent years, there has been increasing evidence that low levels of vitamin D are closely linked to autism. Since many believe that autism is a condition of neuro-inflammation, anything that can help lower general bodily inflammation would be useful. That is one of vitamin D’s most important functions; it inhibits the production of certain pro-inflammatory compounds in the body, such as prostaglandins, which are notably higher in those suffering from autism. Foods high in vitamin D include milk, yogurt, cod liver oil, cheese, and egg yolks.
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