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Altered Fermentation of Undigested Food by Gut Bacteria in Autism: Clues to Treatment Strategies

Evidence indicates that gut bacteria may be at the crossroads of genetics, digestive enzymes of  autism spectrum disorders.  This study of altered corroborates the hypothesis and provides clues to how altered bacteria may be involved in causing and sustaining autism.

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Chronic low back pain: Tried acupuncture?

Chronic acid reflux and acupuncture?

Vegetarian diet: Does it affect mortality?

 Natural treatments of depression

Got Migraine? Food triggers and natural treatments!

FODMAP diet: one type of elimination diet to try

Gut bacteria in fetus and future health? 

Constipation: How to take care of business 

Intestinal gas: Do you have it? 

Vitamin D deficiency is common: You may have it!

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Leaky gut syndrome

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Antibiotics in meat: A case for organic foods?

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As much as 300 mg of antibiotics is used in production of every kilogram of meat and eggs. Wow!

This use of subtherapeutic doses of antibiotics not only has the potential to alter the meat itself but also what comes along with, i.e. antibiotic resistant bacteria. By the way, small amounts of antibiotics can still be detected in the meat that is ready for you to buy and then eat!

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Tricyclic antidepressants and autism

All fish are not same: Low v high mercury fish 

Quinoa: one complete high protein food

Health benefits of probiotics and prebiotics

Oral health in autism: dental caries and gums gingivitis

FODMAP diet: one type of elimination diet to try

Zinc supplements boost immune sytem and reduce respiratory infections

Turmeric: A must-have healthy spice in kitchen.

Use of elimination diet in autism

Food allergies and intolerance are not the same

Do cranberry and/or mannose protect against urinary tract infections or UTI

Coconut oil repairs unhealthy skin

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Ketogenic Diet and Autism

Ketogenic diet is reputed to be “neuroprotective” against brain dysfunction and is popular for use against epilepsy. At the same time, it is being touted for a variety of nervous system disorders like brain trauma, cognitive impairment,  Alzheimer’s and even cancer.

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Tricyclic antidepressants and autism

All fish are not same: Low v high mercury fish 

Quinoa: one complete high protein food

Health benefits of probiotics and prebiotics

Oral health in autism: dental caries and gums gingivitis

FODMAP diet: one type of elimination diet to try

Zinc supplements boost immune sytem and reduce respiratory infections

Turmeric: A must-have healthy spice in kitchen.

Use of elimination diet in autism

Food allergies and intolerance are not the same

Do cranberry and/or mannose protect against urinary tract infections or UTI

Coconut oil repairs unhealthy skin

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Autism: Celecoxib COX-2 nonsteroidal antiinflammatory agent improves symptoms

COX-2 inhibitor celecoxib

  1. COX-2 inhibitor effective against inflammatory conditions like arthritis
  2. COX-2 inhibitors rebalance type-1 and type-2 immune dysfunction
  3. COX-2 inhibitors prevent death of brain cells
  4. Beneficial effects of celecoxib  in early schizophrenia (Muller 2011)
  5. Beneficial effect of celecoxib as adjunct to risperidone in schizophrenia (Akhondzadeh 2007)
  6. Beneficial effect Aspirin as adjuvant to usual antipsychotic treatment of schizophrenia (Laan et al 2010)
  7. Beneficial effects in major depression

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 Guide to Alternative Medicine and the Digestive System

Co-existing Autism and ADHD: shared hereditary factors?

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Do SSRI antidepressants help in repetitive behaviors of autism?

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Antidepressant medications particularly selective serotonin receptor inhibitors (SSRIs) are commonly used for treatment of behavioral problems including and not limited to the treatment of repetitive behaviors in autism spectrum disorders (ASD).

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Autism treatment: Benefit of L-carnitine

All fish are not same: Low v high mercury fish  

Quinoa: one complete high protein food

Health benefits of probiotics and prebiotics

Oral health in autism: dental caries and gums gingivitis

FODMAP diet: one type of elimination diet to try

Zinc supplements boost immune sytem and reduce respiratory infections

Turmeric: A must-have healthy spice in kitchen.

Use of elimination diet in autism

Food allergies and intolerance are not the same

Do cranberry and/or mannose protect against  urinary tract infections or UTI 

Coconut oil repairs unhealthy skin

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High Homocysteine, Low Vitamin Levels in Autism in Different Societies: Implicate Vitamins B12, Folic Acid, B6 in causative factors

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Multiple Western studies have demonstrated high levels of homocysteine in autism spectrum disorders. While autism is more common in th West, a similar correlation in Eastern societies also would lend support to hypothesis that folate-B12-homocyteine metabolism reactions may play a key role in environmental factors in autism.

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