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The Latest in Understanding Autism Gut/Gene Interactions

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Dr Way has been on the team developing the world's first comprehensive dedicated ASD nutrigenomic sequencing panel. Using proven ASD related gene SNP's and evidence-based interventions to regulate the variants, Dr Way has been able to recover hundreds of children on the spectrum. Dr Way has also helped develop the first dedicated Autism IBS microbiome sequencing test complete with comprehensive lists to species level and individualised metabolomic output for each child's gut. This talk will discuss the latest research data from these projects concerning gut/gene interactions in the ASD population. Given the current climate, we will look at immunity, and also inflammation, detoxification capability, ADHD, the ASD microbiome, Oxalates, brain development, neuro-regeneration, speech and cognition. I've been told that unfortunately the sound on the few short video clips that I shared during my presentation did not come through with the remote taping. I've posted the individual video links to see them on YouTube below. Thanks for your patience and understanding. "Prequels": 4 Year old Callum https://youtu.be/mawto6YOaGM 6 Year old Callum (one year on GF CF diet) https://youtu.be/2P_9EQyk2hQ Started with TACGA at 11 Year old Dx ASD and Intellectual Impairment: 13 years old Callum Post initial ASD nutrigenomics and ASD Microbiome interventions https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=juEcgrFew78&feature=youtu.be
16 Year old Callum Post advanced ASD Nutrigenomics https://youtu.be/Wqam7xmlfZE

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Heather Way Ph.D

PhD Mol Path, B App Sci, Dip Nut.

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