Discuss autism diets and biomedical treatments of autism.
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5. When the gut lining is inflamed the protective coating of lgA (immunoglobulin A) is adversely affected and the body is not able to ward off protozoa, bacteria, viruses and yeast’s like candida.
6. When the intestinal lining is inflamed, bacteria and yeast’s are able to translocate. This means that they are able to pass from the gut lumen or cavity, into the bloodstream and set up infection anywhere else in the body.
This is some info I found off of http://osiris.sunderland.ac.uk/autism/gut.htm on why our kids get bacteria in the gut. I do think that this clostridia exists in the general population too, especially with those who have irritable bowel syndrome, celiac disease, crohn's and other digestive disorders. I hope this helps.