Food information is fact based, but the facts are not always openly available
What Should I Eat? Why No One Knows & How to Solve it
Taryn Fixel

High-level this seems like an admirable pursuit. Two points to consider: 1) facts are different from understanding, which is why labeling can be fact-based and misleading; 2) autism is not “caused” by the food you eat, so please don’t spread misinformation when promoting facts.