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Nutritional Support for the Brain

FOODS THAT FEED THE BRAIN In the 1970s, when the book Orthomolecular Psychiatry by the Nobel Prize-winner Linus Pualing, was released, it showed that mental illness on any level could be affected by nutrition as well as medication. At that time, the medical...

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The Brain and Behaviors in Autism

It’s important to know why your child may be behaving in certain ways or have difficulty either getting motivated or calming down.  Scientists have found that gut bacteria produce neurotransmitters such as serotonin, dopamine and GABA. Up to 95% of serotonin is made...

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At-Home Fun To Help Calm Sensory Needs

During the Coronavirus outbreak there were so many parents at home with their sensory overloaded kids who needed help. One wrote in telling me her child with autism had a PANS/strep outbreak because of the stress of being "shut in" for so long. We all need outlets for...

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Stem Cells and Blood Screening for Coinfections

Stem Cells help to regulate the immune system. Their responses shown in blood screening can be indicators of underlying coinfections of autism such as Lyme, mold, and strep. These infections are often undetected in many traditional blood tests, so it's crucial to know...

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Early Childhood Dental Caries and Chronic Infection

Early childhood dental caries (ECC) are the most chronic infection now among children between ages two and five. The culprit is sugar. ECC's are about much more than just baby teeth. "Caries" is another term for cavities, and they can be prevented if you know what to...

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