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Colon Health

Providing Solutions & Answers for Today’s Families…Working to Ensure Diversity & Inclusion

Autism Microbial Connection


The first hint of a microbial connection was the stomach problems that almost always accompany autism. When researchers compared the stool of children with autism and gastrointestinal problems to those with GI problems only, they found that children with autism had much more clostridial bacteria the group of species C. diff is part of compared to the other participants.

The Tantalizing Links between Gut Microbes and the Brain


In humans, the data are more limited. Researchers have drawn links between gastrointestinal pathology and psychiatric neurological conditions such as anxiety, depression, autism, schizophrenia and neurodegenerative disorders

Digestive and Colon Health in Children


Remember it only takes one course of antibiotics to cause problems in the intestines. These problems can be aided with a good success rate if acted upon quickly. Probably the most pressing issue is finding ways of serving up some of the remedies and foods that will assist with digestive and colon problems in children.

What’s Eating You? Pictures of Parasites

Probiotics for the Control of Parasites: An Overview


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