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The Health Benefits of Quinton Trace Minerals

Mineral deficiency is prevalent in children with autism. Actually, it's prevalent in most people today because our the soil our food is grown in is so depleted. A deficiency in trace minerals is the core of so many issues that can be continuing to keep your child at...

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What Causes Autism and What You Can Do About It

Autism is called a spectrum disorder because no two people with autism have the same exact symptoms. It's a long spectrum with one end being those who are higher  functioning and the other end being those who are very low functioning. The meaning behind the word...

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The Autism Heme Dysregulation and Mast Cell Link

How can heme pathway dysregulation cause issues in Autism? Porphyria is a build up of toxins in the blood due to a heem pathway dysregulation. Porphyria are iron-containing heme which permits hemoglobin oxygen transportation in the blood. It is triggered by many...

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Autism and Leaky Gut Syndrome

What is leaky gut syndrome and why should a parent with autism be knowledgeable about it? Leaky gut is just as it sounds...the gut, or intestinal lining has holes that have been torn in it. These holes allow undigested foods into the bloodstream where the immune...

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Water Resources and Autism Sensitivities (Part 1)

Children with autism have greater sensitivities to environmental toxins due to the common issue of poor detoxification and an already compromised immune system. When it comes to achieving safe water, especially for the health compromised the consumer is seriously...

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Histamine and Mast Cell Triggers

What are histamines and mast cells? Close to 100% of children with autism have histamine intolerance and mast cell activation. Histamines are released by the digestive tract and the brain in defense as an allergic reaction. The DAO enzyme helps the body break down...

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