Autism: The Brain-Gut Connection (LIVE, FREE WEBINAR)

On April 11th at 9PM EST / 8 PM CST / 6PM PST you can attend a FREE webinar sponsored by Great Plains Laboratory: Gastrointestinal Problems and Autism: Constipation, Infections, Inflammation and More – Testing and Treatment Options, presented by Dr. Kurt Woeller.

Autism is a continuing epidemic, with a 78% increase compared to a decade ago. Yesterday according to a new study, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention estimates that 1 in 88 children in the United States has been identified as having an autism spectrum disorder (ASD).

The link between autism and gastrointestinal disorders is one that has been well-documented in the autism community. Often, once diet is changed the improvement is extraordinary. My family has personally experienced this with my youngest brother, who has remarkably improved from his autism with diet (briefly GFCF [gluten-free, casein-free], then strictly SCD for a year; we are currently gluten-free) and biomedical vitamin and mineral protocols. (That’s just diet, for a full summary of what we did to help him, click here.) Nowadays when people meet him, they can’t believe it when they learn he used to have severe autism. Through our hard work and his, he has improved so much!

System requirements to attend the webinar -

For PC users: Windows 7, Vista, XP, or 2003 Server.

For Mac users: Mac OSX 10.4.11 (Tiger) or newer

This webinar is a one-time only live event and will not be recorded, so if you are interested in attending book your seat now and mark your calendar! Again, it is absolutely free.

Click here to register.

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