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Culprits of Autism Identified: Toxins, Gut Bacteria, Nutritional Deficiencies, and Vaccines Made with Human Fetal Cell Lines

Dr. Mercola Waking Times Three decades ago, when I was still in medical school, autism affected one in 10,000 children.1, 2 Today, autism is estimated to afflict as many as one in 50 children.3 Mounting research indicates that brain disorders are the result of excessive exposure to toxins from multiple sources—including the mother, while in utero. Another

Groundbreaking Study Shows How Gut Bacteria Can Ameliorate Autism-Like Symptoms

Karen Foster, Prevent Disease Waking Times Beneficial bacteria is the gut are known to attack pathogens, manufacture B and K vitamins and even act as anti-cancer agents. New research appearing in the journal Cell strengthens the recent scientific understanding that the microbes that live in your gut may affect what goes on in your brain. It is also

 

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