Article Correctness Is Author's Responsibility: Gut Microbiota Differences Seen in People With Autism May Be Due to Dietary Preferences

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This is a cartoon of a person deciding what to eatA new study suggests the differences in the gut microbiome associated with autism may be a result of restricted dietary preferences, which are a common feature of ASD, rather than a cause of autism symptoms.