Review Articles

Autistic Spectrum Disorders and Diet: the Present and the Future

doi:10.7244/cmj.2017.08.001
Irene Mateos Rodriguez

The frequent presence of gastrointestinal problems in Autistic Spectrum Disorder (ASD) has led to attempts to understand how gastrointestinal disturbances relate to behaviour, and how modifying diets may help to modify behaviour. This review paper aims to summarise the rationale for managing symptoms of ASD through diet, the current status of research on diet and ASD, and the future of employing this approach to manage ASD.

Real-time functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging Neurofeedback in the prevention of Food Craving and Binge Eating Episodes

doi:10.7244/cmj.2017.06.001
Duarte Armindo, R

Neurofeedback is a type of biofeedback in which the subject is given information about specific brain activity with the objective of obtaining self-regulation of brain processes in response to certain external stimuli.

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