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Probiotics and Autism

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The role of the gut and its incumbant immune sytem in the development, and management of autism has attracted considerable interest over the last few years. In response to this, I and 4 colleagues wrote a review paper on this subject and It was published in Oct 2011. Entitled; The Potential Role of Probiotics in […]

Bugs, Guts and Research

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For the majority of the last 100 years the role of bacteria in human health has been explored in terms of risk to health and well-being, the ‘bad bug = bad health’ paradigm. The result has been a combination of remarkable benefits against infectious related deaths and a slow but steady development of chronic non […]

Gut Flora, Probiotics and Vitamins A+D – Do they influence Allergy and Autoimmunity.

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Michael Ash BSc, DO, ND FDipION The fields of immunology, microbiology, nutrition, epigenetics and metabolism are rapidly converging utilising a systems biology methodology to explain our intimate relationships with our microbial cohabitants. For over 30 years data has been building to scientifically support the hypothesis that
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