What if a bacterial overgrowth in the GI tract could be contributing to the presence and severity of autism in a subset of children?
And what if a common over-the-counter medication (suggested by almost every pediatrician) and a common herbicide found in a majority of non-organic food, were two contributing factors to this epidemic and even many neuropsychiatric disorders?
The data is compelling on the role of two common exposures that pregnant mothers and their babies have that can be setting the stage for GI disruption leading to neurodevelopmental issues in our children. However, this issue goes way beyond pregnant mothers, but also applies to many individuals with autism who are likely carrying this often undiagnosed, pathogenic bacteria in their guts.
This webinar shares new data from Dr. Shaw’s recent published research in an easy-to understand presentation.
This webinar will provide new and compelling evidence for the cause of about 50% of the cases of autism, offer practical suggestions to reduce future cases of autism, and explain the best way to treat those individuals with diagnosed Clostridia. And remember, Clostridia is not just present in autism, but also found to be a major underlying factor in many neuropsychiatric disorders.
Dr. Shaw will present the various ways Clostridia harms important metabolic functions of the body including fatty acid metabolism, cholesterol synthesis, mitochondrial functioning and more.