Drug treatments didn’t work. Can a simple diet help change these children’s lives?

<blockquote class=”repubhubembed”><p class=”rhexcerpt”>KISSIMMEE, Fla. – Twelve-year-old Cecily Vammino’s eyebrows shot up as she closed her lips around the veggie pie. It was a subtle mélange of carrots, potatoes, and zucchini, surrounded by a vaguely sweet crust, and it was not working for her. Cecily’s jaw carefully dispatched the invader while her left hand slid the remaining threat to&hellip;<!–more–></p><style scoped>.repubhubembed{display:none;}</style></blockquote>
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