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Autism and the Gut

Autism, what if the main answer were in the gut? This is a subject that is particularly close to my heart and which I have already addressed several times in my blog following a number of studies published on the link between intestinal flora and autism. A new clinical trial, led by a [...]


Clinical study: impact of probiotics in autistic children

A study based on a mix of probiotics selected according to 5 criteria A study is currently ongoing in Italy. Enrolling 100 autistic patients aged 18 to 72 months, it aims to measure the effectiveness of a 6 month supplementation of the multi-strain high concentration probiotic blend Vivomixx. The evaluation [...]

Autism, dysbiosis and microbiota

Autism spectrum disorders have dramatically increased in recent decades. We now know that genetics plays a role but doesn’t explain everything and that other elements are at stake in this complex multi-factorial neurological disease. The microbiota-gut-brain axis is at the heart of advanced research. Autism: The microbiota-gut-brain axis is being [...]