Nutritional Factors and Management of Autism

  by Balasubramanian Santhanam, MD; Barry Kendler, PhD, FACN  Abstract Autism is thought to have a multifactorial etiology that includes hereditary and environmental triggers accompanied by gastrointestinal disorders, such as chronic duodenitis, gastritis, reflux esophagitis, intestinal lymphoid dysplasia, dysbiosis, excessive intestinal permeability, and yeast over- growth. Food sensitivity, especially to

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Collaborative Practices: Interprofessional Approaches to Diabetes

Quick Read Slideshow:   Introduction For patients, navigating the US health-care system can be difficult due to its complexity. Patients with a multi-layered condition like diabetes can face challenges accessing the full range of health-care providers who are trained and qualified to ensure patients receive the care that best meets

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Changing Landscape of Nutrition and Dietetics: Specialty for Integrative and Functional Medicine

Traditional jobs in clinical nutrition where registered dietitians (RDs) serve inpatients in hospitals are yielding to growing opportunities in other practice settings as educators, clinicians, and nutritional genomics specialists…

CASE STUDY: Abdominal Pain & Eosinophilic Esophagitis

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Summary of case study, as written by Kara Fitzgerald, ND, Integrative Medicine, A Clinician’s Journal, Vol. 14, No 6. In this case study, by Dr Fitzgerald (published by content partner IMCJ), she describes a teen patient, age 16, with symptoms of acute abdominal pain. The pain was in the lower

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