Group 4 Created with Sketch.
Your changes have been saved
Episode 136 of 155

How An Ill Gut Affects Autism Behaviors and What You Can Do To Help [Episode 115]

Share
station description Expert interviews and natural solutions to assist parents in recovering their child... read more
Naturally Recovering Autism with Karen Thomas
Duration: 01:10:01
Studies prove there is a direct connection between the gut microbiome and the brain. Many symptoms of autism can be caused by an ill gut and a leaky gut that can also allow toxins to leak into the brain.  Environmental toxins such heavy metals and glyphosate, contained in the weed killer, Round-Up,
Snippets are a new way to share audio!
You can clip a small part of any file to share, add to playlist, and transcribe automatically. Just click the to create your snippet!
Snippets: Clips of How An Ill Gut Affects Autism Behaviors and What You Can Do To Help [Episode 115] that people like
There are currently no snippets from How An Ill Gut Affects Autism Behaviors and What You Can Do To Help [Episode 115].
Snippets are an easy way to highlight your favorite soundbite from any piece of audio and share with friends, or make a trailer for Naturally Recovering Autism with Karen Thomas
Playlists that How An Ill Gut Affects Autism Behaviors and What You Can Do To Help [Episode 115] appears on.
There are currently no playlists containing this audio.
Add this audio track to one of your playlists
Add to Playlist
Up Next
Full Description
Back to Top
Studies prove there is a direct connection between the gut microbiome and the brain. Many symptoms of autism can be caused by an ill gut and a leaky gut that can also allow toxins to leak into the brain.  Environmental toxins such heavy metals and glyphosate, contained in the weed killer, Round-Up, contribute to this. The gut must also be healthy to produce enough neurotransmitters to allow the brain to function properly and support mood stability, appetite, sleep, and the ability to focus and concentrate.

Specific organisms in the microbiome contribute to autism spectrum disorders and the behaviors associated with them. Probiotics with spore forming bacteria have been shown in studies to reduce and even remove these symptoms. In this podcast episode we discuss this in depth with world-renowned microbiome specialist and researcher, Kiran Krishnan. Listen and learn the many causes of an ill gut and what you can do to help improve it for your child and your entire family!

Why Spores?
The product, Just Thrive, contains four of the most important strains for autistic children. These strains are known as endospores. spores read the microbial environment and kill off the pathogenic bacteria while producing compounds to improve the growth of the right bacteria. These are the good ones that promote a healthy gut. They are able to survive and withstand the heat and acid levels of the stomach. They improve the condition in the gut, so “the garden can grow.” This cultivates the right environment for the body to return to its natural state.

Click Here or Click the link below for more details.

http://naturallyrecoveringautism.com/115
Up Next
Add to playlist
New playlist

Embed

COPY
Embed Options
Create Playlist
Select the Station you want to upload this audio to
Station
0 / 140
0 / 2000
Playlist Icon Image:
(.jpg, .png, min size 500x500px)
Privacy
Subscribers
Your
voice
matters.
Discover & Listen to the world’s largest free collection of audio
Password reset

Enter your email address that you used to register. We'll send you an email with your username and a link to reset your password.



If you still need help, contact Vurbl Support
Password reset sent

You have been sent instructions on resetting you password to the email associated with your account. Please check your email and signing in again.


Back to Sign In
If you still need help, contact Vurbl Support
Your
voice
matters.
Discover & Listen to the world’s largest free collection of audio
Reset password

Please enter your new password below.



If you still need help, contact Vurbl Support
Your voice matters.
Discover & Listen to the world’s largest free collection of audio
Verify Email

Enter your email address that you used to register. We'll send you an email with a link to verify your email.



Cancel
Delete Profile
Are you sure? We will miss you :'(
Delete
Delete Audio
Are you sure?
Delete
Delete Playlist
Are you sure you want to delete this playlist?
Delete
Notifications
You must be signed in to view
your notifications. Please sign in
Edit Snippet
0 / 140
0 / 140

Tag Station

Type station name to add additional tags
*Station owners will be notified when you tag them
Open this link in the Vurbl Mobile App for the full Vurbl experience.
Open in Vurbl mobile app
Continue to Vurbl website