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The Daily Mail finally got it right!

STOP THE PRESSES! Sometimes when I read about nutrition advice posted in the news, I have to cringe at the advice given. It’s often given by people who have very little training, are not up to date on the latest research, or who have cherry picked what they liked from what they read. We need […]

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Autism and Poo Transplants

Studies on autism show promise In a study published in 2017, it was found that a different approach to treatment may lower symptoms commonly experienced in autism. Children with autism spectrum disorders (ASD) often suffer gastrointestinal (GI) problems, such as constipation or diarrhea. Often, how severe the GI symptoms are, relate to how extreme the […]

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Leaky Gut and Autism Spectrum Disorder

Exploring the link between gut health and ASD A recent review, published in the journal Frontiers in Nutrition, found that children with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) were more prone to have certain digestive issues. Author Megan R Santuary and her colleagues are urging researchers to perform more experimental and clinical research on children with these […]

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Adventures in Sourdough

The last month or so I’ve been delving back into making sourdough. Or rather I should say I’ve gotten back into attempting sourdough. Several years ago, I looked online and tried to make a sourdough starter and somehow couldn’t make it work. I know. It’s easy. Says everyone. Still, I didn’t get it. Why do […]