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Autism & The Effectiveness of Cultured Foods

Having used nystatin and bottled probiotics on myself for years, I am struck by how much more effective the cultured veggies (and other cultured foods) have been in combating yeast and sugar cravings.

I suspect that the therapeutic dose of probiotics is probably far higher than we had originally estimated, and probably much higher than we can easily get from a bottle. Cultured foods may be the solution to this problem.

Karyn Seroussi, author of Unraveling the Mystery of Autism and Pervasive Developmental Disorder: A Mother's Story of Research and Recovery

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