According to a recent article " Gluten, dairy tested in autistic kids" on UPI.com, there is a study beginning at the University of Texas Health Science Center that will test the effects on behavior Gluten AND Dairy have on Autistic children. The study is testing the "Casomorphin, a peptide in milk, and gliadomorphin, a peptide in gluten," which "are thought to affect behavior in these children."
The study would eliminate both Milk and Gluten from the diets of the study group for four weeks, then have a control group who will receive gluten/milk pill, and a group that will receive a placebo not containing those ingredients.
It seems silly to me that this study would test both Milk AND Gluten at the same time?!? They should increase their participant pool, and have one group to test the elimination of gluten, one group to test the elimination of milk, and one group to test the elimination of both gluten and milk, while keep the control group on both milk and gluten.
We'll I guess I should be happy that someone is TRYING to find some legitimate correlations to Gluten on Autistic behaviors, at least it's a start.