Luke's User Guide to the GF/CF Diet not only contains comprehensive guidance on how to follow the diet and a selection of great recipes, but a long introduction about his own and his brother' lives before, during and after the diet. Apart from being hugely informative, it also makes great reading.
This book is written by Luke Jackson, an exceptionally articulate 12 year old who has Asperger Syndrome. It describes his own experiences and those of his two brothers in implementing a GF/CF (gluten free, casein free) diet. This diet is currently advocated as one possible intervention aimed at improving behavioural aspects of Autistic Spectrum Disorders (ASD)... The book is written in a simple, anecdotal style, which is very readable and aimed at parents and individuals with ASD who are interested in trialling the diet. It is also a useful guide for dietitians and other professionals who may be asked for dietary advice, especially illustrating as it does, the potential and practical diversities of pre and post intervention behaviours in different individuals.
All in an accurate, frank and revealing insight into how dietary manipulation may (or may not) help an individual with ASD.