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Chapter on Autism The Story of Elaine Ready Made Foods Detoxification and SCD Picky Eaters

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LPS is a very common bacterial toxin. People with autism have been found to have a very high level of LPS.

The symptoms listed on this web page are just a tiny fraction of the available research. The amount of evidence is overwhelming, for example, performing a search for "hippocampus LPS", in PubMed will retrieve 222 citations.

The number of similarities between ASD and LPS toxicity is sufficiently impressive to demand attention and cannot be ignored. The following are symptoms of LPS poisoning; these symptoms are also found in children with autism:

EMOTIONS AND BEHAVIOR

Anxiety
Depression
Reduction in social behavior
Lack of social interaction
Increase in addiction
Lack of exploratory behavior

BRAIN

Reductions in oligodendrocyte or myelin markers
A marked cerebral cytokine response
White matter injury
Changes in amygdala
Change in dopamine and serotonin levels
Reduction of blood flow to the brain
Changes in blood-brain barrier permeability for large (protein) molecules
Increased the number of pyramidal and granular cells in the hippo-campus

DIGESTIVE

Weight loss
Breakage and depletion of microvilli
The tight junctions widen and become disrupted.
IBS and IBD
Gut inflamation
Leaky Gut
Digestive symptoms
Disrupted Intestinal Transit
LPS is linked to the problems of gluten,soy and dairy in ASD children

IMMUNE FUNCTION

Increase in TNF alpha.
Increases in certain NK cells and monocytes
Increases in lymphocytes

OTHER

Low Levels of Thyroid
Low Levels of Glutathione
Low Levels of Amino Acids
Impairment of Bile Flow
Increasing the Number of Viable Candida Albicans
An increase in pain sensitivity

A special website was made to prove that all these conditions are symptoms of LPS toxicity. View the website

 

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