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Probiotics are considered to be the ‘good bacteria’ to exist within the human body. More scientifically put, they are live microorganisms that can provide to be a beneficial host to the human body when administered in adequate doses. Some common examples of these probiotics are lactic acid bacteria (LAB) and bifidbacteria.
Many studies have been performed to correlate the benefits of probiotics to treatments for autism. According to one study, there is a link between certain bacteria in the human gut and autism, which gives a new hope to countless families worldwide. We can only hope that the future continues to bring good news with further research for people with autism everywhere.
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