Studies show that when dairy and wheat are removed from the diet, both intestinal symptoms and autism and ADHD severity decrease.
Wilmington, NC (PRWEB) July 09, 2012
Mindlinx can help with casein intolerance according to leading health supplement website RockwellNutrition.com. Mindlinx is “the first probiotic specifically developed for those with gluten and casein intolerance including: autism, ADHD, celiac and food allergies,” says Rockwell Nutrition.
Autism, ADHD, and Gut Health
According to Rockwell Nutrition, there is a notable correlation between ADHD, autism, and intestinal health. The site states that 50% of autism and ADHD sufferers also have intestinal symptoms. Intestinal pathology in autism and ADHD sufferers include leaky gut, inflammation, and overt colitis.
“Gut pathology is related to sensitivity to certain foods especially gluten-containing grains and dairy products,” says the health supplement website. Studies show that when dairy and wheat are removed from the diet, severity of intestinal symptoms, autism, and ADHD decrease.
When gluten and dairy proteins are broken down in the gut, they turn into peptides with opiate-like properties similar to endorphins and opiate drugs. These are called ”exorphins.”
“These dietary 'exorphins' are absorbed from the gut and reach the brain where they cause symptoms associated with autism,” explains Rockwell Nutrition.
How Mindlinx Works
Mindlinx is a probiotic developed by Pharmax. It breaks down the exorphins while still in the intestines before they get absorbed and transported in the blood stream. A more technical explanation of how it works can be found here:
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