New research into the macroepigenetic impact of diet on autism

A macroepigenetic approach to identify factors responsible for the autism epidemic in the United States will evaluate possible dietary factors as they relate to the delicate interplay between genetics and environment.

One if the authors is Dr. Richard Deth,  neuropharmacologist studying The Molecular Origins of Human Attention.

This macroepigenetic study may begin to numbers why the number of children receiving services for autism increases 91% between 2005 and 2010.