Kidspot Feature: Gut Health and Autism

It’s not uncommon for autistic people to have gastrointestinal issues, which can have effects on behaviours, moods, faecal outputs and cognitive response.

“The gut and the brain are connected. If you have a healthy gut you are more likely to be in a happier disposition with clearer thoughts. If you have bad bacteria and gut health it is likely to result in brain fog, anxiety, depression, hyperactivity and brain inflammation,” Kat discovered through doing her homework.

“After extensive research I selected three products and consulted the boys’ GP.”

Two of which are sourced from the USA and the third is an Australian product called Renovatio – Activated Phenolics. All three products include – a ProBrainBiotic and Attention Support.

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