Disturbed Gut Microbiota Correlates With Behavioural Abnormality in ASD Patients

Next time a medical professional dismisses the significant impact of gut health in symptoms of autism, please show them this 2019 peer-reviewed study published in Translation Psychiatry. This is a systematic review which means that hundreds of research papers were scrupulously vetted and only those with enough quality were included in the main study. In this case, 17 peer-reviewed papers were taken into account.

What did this study find?

“significant alterations of gut microbiota in ASD patients compared with healthy controls, strengthen the evidence that dysbiosis of gut microbiota may correlate with behavioural abnormality in ASD patients”. Read more…