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The Gut Brain Axis in Autism [A Study Review]

The gut-brain axis is a well established connection suggesting that the intestinal microbiota (the good bacteria in our gut) signal to the brain in a myriad of ways. This delicate balance of gut microbes can influence emotional development, modulation of stress and pain, mental health, and neurotransmitter systems in the brain.  The gut-brain axis is a well established […]

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Nutrition Research and News – March 2019

Home cleaning products may increase risk of children becoming overweight by altering their microbiome Mom’s microbiome during pregnancy linked to child’s autism risk People with type 2 diabetes may reverse or reduce their insulin use with intermittent fasting Children with developmental disorders are more likely to be overweight or obese Short questionnaire may help identify […]

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Research and News – February 2019

Autism and gluten intolerance – what do genes say? High gluten intake during pregnancy linked to increased risks of diabetes in children Early disturbance of the microbiome and the rise in autism FDA-approved artificial sweeteners are toxic to gut bacteria PANDAS and the gut microbiome Autism and gluten intolerance – what do genes say? Did […]

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