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Hashimoto’s Moms: Gut Bacteria Linked to Autism:
This blog talks about the consequences of gut bacteria, bacteria in the womb for the child who develops autism and the gut/brain connection.
Gut Bacteria May Play a Role in Autism:
Autism is primarily a disorder of the brain, but research suggests that as many as nine out of 10 individuals with the condition also suffer from gastrointestinal problems such as inflammatory bowel disease and “leaky gut".
Culprits of Autism Identified: Toxins, Gut Bacteria, Nutritional Deficiencies and Vaccines Made with Human Fetal Cell Lines:
Researchers are now starting to understand how a child’s microbiome can play an important role, either by exacerbating or even causing autistic symptoms. New studies suggest restoring microbial balance may alleviate autistic symptoms.
Bacterial Infection and Autism:
Laboratory observations reinforce the idea that systemic bacterial infections play a role in the genesis of symptoms of autism.
Autism, the Importance of the Gut:
The story of a young boy with autism in NYC and his journey with GI problems.