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Age of Autism review of “Food and Nutrients in Disease Management”

(reprinted with the permission of the author of this article from www.AgeOfAutism.com)

July 20, 2009


One Response to “Age of Autism review of “Food and Nutrients in Disease Management””

  1. Bob Wheeler Says:

    after reading this I am wondering what role a sufficient balance of redox-signaling molecules could play in overcoming the cellular inflammation and oxidative stress involved here. If the cell is stressed and communication is limited because of the stress, the cell will never get what it needs to become healthy and will be in a continual state of dysfunction. Seems that this would at least enhance all therapies. Supplementing with a balance of redox-signaling molecules has “calmed” me down tremendously from anxiety as well as other minor mental dysfunctions.

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