Scientific Research

Scientific Research

Gluten-Free and Dairy-Free Diet for Autism
Gluten-Free and Dairy-Free Diet for Autism

Choosing to implement a gluten-free and dairy-free diet for you or your child with autism can be beneficial in many ways. Reports from parents after implementing a gluten-free and dairy-free diet include improvements in areas such as cognition, receptive and...

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The Gut Brain Axis in Autism [A Study Review]
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...

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Carnitine Supplementation May Reduce Autism Risk
Carnitine Supplementation May Reduce Autism Risk

Researchers at Texas University have published a groundbreaking study demonstrating the positive impact of carnitine supplementation on a gene mutation common in ASD.[1] The results specifically advocate taking the amino acid supplement during pregnancy to protect the...

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Research, Studies and News – January 2019
Research, Studies and News – January 2019

  Could targeting the immune system improve ASD symptoms? Gut health and inborn errors of metabolism Effects of probiotics prebiotics, and phytobiotics on mental health The gluten-free diet, ASD and Down Syndrome Prenatal fish oil supplementation may improve...

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