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Broccoli could 'hold the key' for treating autism

According to a report in The Daily Telegraph, a chemical in broccoli may improve autism symptoms.

According to a report in The Daily Telegraph, a chemical in broccoli may improve autism symptoms. A small study suggests sulforaphane, a chemical that gives broccoli its distinctive taste, may help improve some of the symptoms of autism spectrum disorder (ASD).