Autism is Inflammatory

Dr. Weeks Comment:  With autism epidemic growing from 1 in 10,000 kids in 1985 to 1 in 44 kids now and projected to be 1 in 2 kids in 2032, it is past time to understand this fact:  Autism is an inflammatory disorder.  (read the links below!)  That means inflammation makes the autistic person suffer more and have less control of symptoms.  That means Anti-inflammatory agents are MANDATORY but not the dangerous over the counter NSAIDs (Tylenol™, Motrin™, Ibuprofen™ etc because those are toxic if taken in excess (they have a “narrow therapeutic window” meaning some is good but too much is toxic).  The references below begin to convince you of the link between inflammation and autism.  (by the way,  same with Alzheimer’s – read THIS and THIS)   What are the safest and most effective anti-inflammatory agents?  Cold pressed, organic non-GMO anti-inflammatory seeds – the treasure chest of nature (seed naturally concentrate nutrients 20x more than the flesh of the fruit of vegetable). Eat the seed and see the results this loving father of an autistic son saw after which he reported that NOTHING has helped his son as much as seed nutrition – organic and non-GM).


Immunity, neuroglia and neuroinflammation in autism, Pardo et al., 2005

Cerebrospinal fluid and serum markers of inflammation in autism, Zimmerman et al., 2005

Elevation of tumor necrosis factor-alpha in cerebrospinal fluid of autistic children.[/url], Chez et al., 2007
(TNF-alpha is a marker of inflammation)

Microglial activation and increased microglial density observed in the dorsolateral prefrontal cortex in autism., Morgan et al., 2010, 2012
(microglial activation = inflammation)

Microglia in the cerebral cortex in autism., Tetreault et al., 2012

Brain Inflammation A Hallmark Of Autism, Large-Scale Analysis Shows, Johns Hopkins Medicine, 2014

Focal brain inflammation and autism, Theoharides, 2013

Relevance of Neuroinflammation and Encephalitis in Autism, Kern, 2015

From molecules to neural morphology: understanding neuroinflammation in autism spectrum condition, Young, Molecular Autism, 2016

Evidence of oxidative damage and inflammation associated with low glutathione redox status in the autism brain, 2012

Evidence linking oxidative stress, mitochondrial dysfunction, and inflammation in the brain of individuals with autism, 2014

Schizophrenia and autism: both shared and disorder-specific pathogenesis via perinatal inflammation, 2011

Immune involvement in schizophrenia and autism: etiology, pathology and animal models, 2009

Neuro-inflammation, blood-brain barrier, seizures and autism, 2011

Clinical trial to reduce autistic brain inflammation

They will treat with the anti-biotic minocycline to reduce brain inflammation, but they should use the safest and most effective anti-inflammatory food – the organic, non-GMO seed drink which comes with a satisfaction or money back guarantee.
Some one tell them about SOUL!

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