Food Intolerance and Autism

The  purpose for  research  is  inspiration from one child  with autism in my family, from  heteroanamnesis  and  symtoms, I decided  to  do  the  test-the  first doughter of my sister  with diagnosis autism,  she  had  multi  food  intolerance, than with  prof.Blyta  we  started  with  follow  up  panel (a  big  panel  with more  analysis of blood, urine, fecal, biochemistry also microbiology) but the first  test  was food intolerance  for  those patients. The  connection  between Autism and food intolerances is  likely  to  lie  in the  higher  prevalence  of  intestinal  permeability  that  it  seen  in  autistic   patients. They  have  intestinal  permeability, the  largest   protein  undigested  into  the  blood, from  this  process  can  develop food  intolerance and  food  allergy. For  food  intolerance  is  responsible IgG or IgG4 and  those  antibodies   reacted   as  adaptive  immune  system. The IgG antibodies  then  fix  to the  food proteins to form an immune complex in the blood stream. If the immune complex fixes to a tissue it will eventually lead to tissue damage from inflammation and specific symptoms which vary from person to person.Is  the most  important  casein intolerance and gluten intolerance because  from casein has a pathological mechanism of casomorphine formation aslo from gluten intolerance to  gliadinomorphine ,these findings are  specific for pathologies such as Autism delays in psychomotor, delays in speech, mood, anxiety, hyperactivity etc, but it is another of my research on gliadinomorphine and casomorphine with Autistic childrens.

Author(s): Luljeta Hetemi

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