From: pautrey on

Excerpt From:
http://www.yeast-candida-infections-uk.co.uk/autism-is-an-infectious-disease




Autism is an infectious disease




The cause, Altered conditions in the gut due to deteriorating quality
of intestinal flora in the general population. Poor quality gut flora
is passed from mother to baby.
We are born sterile but with no pre-existing bacteria to demand
competition, bugs ingested during the birth process colonise the
infant gut within days. We acquire our gut flora from mucus in the
birth canal and mothers milk. Such is the growth a newborn is soon
accommodating a mass of microbes. The cells of which collectively
outnumber human cells by at least 10 to 1. In fact by cell count we
quickly become 99 percent bacteria.

The acquisition of our commensal flora that is, flora that has co-
evolved with humans in the first few days after birth is nothing short
of a metamorphosis. At the end of the process we become an amalgam of
human and microbial cells. The partnership is vitally important to our
well being, it’s true to say we are as healthy as our commensal flora
allows us to be.

The symbiotic relationship with our gut flora drives our Immune
system. In addition to balancing our immunology, bacteria perform
countless other physiologic tasks

This symbiotic partnership is not confined to the animal
kingdom .Plants have evolved a similar relationship with bacteria and
also pass down via their seeds the very specialised bacteria

Read here how plants using symbiotic bacteria can grow without soil
and in fact are capable of growing on nothing but bare rock.
The understanding of the symbiotic relationship with our microbes can
at best be described as in its infancy. The relationship has been
dubbed the black Hole of medicine .The fact is we know next to nothing
on how and why we react to microbes. We can only get an inkling on
what’s happening by observing reactions of specially bred germ free
animals and empirical treatments.[see Normal Flora]

To illustrate that a new study suggests that just one common
intestinal bacterium, Bacteroides fragilis , can be responsible for
the production of a particular class of immune cells the T lymphocyte
cells, this action maybe unique to the bacterium .The question must be
what role do the other 500 or so commensal bacteria play ?

Update July 2009…The development of key immune cells [Th17 cells --
CD4-positive cells that have a potent pro-inflammatory effect-- are
normally in a balance with another population of CD4-positive cells,
dubbed Foxp3-positive cells, which play a regulatory role in the
immune system.] is triggered by specific types of bacteria in the gut,
a finding that could lead to new therapies for diseases of
inflammation, researchers here said. In the absence of bacteria from
the cytophaga-flavobacter-bacteroidetes phylum -- or CFB, for short --
the immune cells are also not present, at least in mice, according to
Dan Littman, M.D., Ph.D., of New York University, and colleagues.

Click here to read article ‘’’Gut Bacteria Play Key Role in Immune
System
Every autistic child has a vastly different gut flora from what is
considered normal. Every autistic child has a yeast dominant gut
dysbiosis. That is an overgrowth of Yeast, usually Candida Albicans.
That overgrowth alters the environment in the gut, which in turn
promotes the growth of bacteria normally found in the gut in small non-
pathogenic quantities. Toxins generated by the overgrowth lead to a
cascade of events; The brain and the gut have parallel pharmacologic
regulatory systems that are also interlinked Gastrointestinal
disturbances coincide with mental acuity and emotional stability. This
has been shown to be the case among children along the autistic
spectrum. Immune dysfunction and gastrointestinal problems are
interrelated.

In adults the full blown condition affects many thousands,
unfortunately mainstream medicine does not recognise the condition.
There are however specialist doctors who treat yeast dominant “Gut
Dysbiosis” [see references “Dr Cranton" and treatment section "Dr
Myhill" ]


The Yeast Connection , By Dr William Crook
Poor quality gut flora is progressive. The individual becomes primed
for yeast overgrowth soon after birth with inherent poor flora. But
the final straw – the trigger in the now susceptible individual is
often the insult of a vaccine containing toxins,[additives called
adjuvants], this together with the immunologic challenge the
biological contents of the vaccine presents overwhelms the IS [immune
system]. Vaccines, like all medicines, have inherent potential side
effects, especially the older ones. They are a stress on the patient's
immune system, demanding it gear up and perform some work. In some
instances, they can cause transient immunosuppression or autoimmunity
— confused antibodies that can't differentiate invader from "self."
When immunity drops Candida will grow.
From: pautrey on
Excerpt From:
http://www.yeast-candida-infections-uk.co.uk/autism-is-an-infectious-disease

Autism is an infectious disease
The cause, Altered conditions in the gut due to deteriorating quality
of intestinal flora in the general population. Poor quality gut flora
is passed from mother to baby.
We are born sterile but with no pre-existing bacteria to demand
competition, bugs ingested during the birth process colonise the
infant gut within days. We acquire our gut flora from mucus in the
birth canal and mothers milk. Such is the growth a newborn is soon
accommodating a mass of microbes. The cells of which collectively
outnumber human cells by at least 10 to 1. In fact by cell count we
quickly become 99 percent bacteria.

The acquisition of our commensal flora that is, flora that has co-
evolved with humans in the first few days after birth is nothing short
of a metamorphosis. At the end of the process we become an amalgam of
human and microbial cells. The partnership is vitally important to our
well being, it’s true to say we are as healthy as our commensal flora
allows us to be.

The symbiotic relationship with our gut flora drives our Immune
system. In addition to balancing our immunology, bacteria perform
countless other physiologic tasks

This symbiotic partnership is not confined to the animal
kingdom .Plants have evolved a similar relationship with bacteria and
also pass down via their seeds the very specialised bacteria

Read here how plants using symbiotic bacteria can grow without soil
and in fact are capable of growing on nothing but bare rock.
The understanding of the symbiotic relationship with our microbes can
at best be described as in its infancy. The relationship has been
dubbed the black Hole of medicine .The fact is we know next to nothing
on how and why we react to microbes. We can only get an inkling on
what’s happening by observing reactions of specially bred germ free
animals and empirical treatments.[see Normal Flora]

To illustrate that a new study suggests that just one common
intestinal bacterium, Bacteroides fragilis , can be responsible for
the production of a particular class of immune cells the T lymphocyte
cells, this action maybe unique to the bacterium .The question must be
what role do the other 500 or so commensal bacteria play ?

Update July 2009…The development of key immune cells [Th17 cells --
CD4-positive cells that have a potent pro-inflammatory effect-- are
normally in a balance with another population of CD4-positive cells,
dubbed Foxp3-positive cells, which play a regulatory role in the
immune system.] is triggered by specific types of bacteria in the gut,
a finding that could lead to new therapies for diseases of
inflammation, researchers here said. In the absence of bacteria from
the cytophaga-flavobacter-bacteroidetes phylum -- or CFB, for short --
the immune cells are also not present, at least in mice, according to
Dan Littman, M.D., Ph.D., of New York University, and colleagues.

Click here to read article ‘’’Gut Bacteria Play Key Role in Immune
System
Every autistic child has a vastly different gut flora from what is
considered normal. Every autistic child has a yeast dominant gut
dysbiosis. That is an overgrowth of Yeast, usually Candida Albicans.
That overgrowth alters the environment in the gut, which in turn
promotes the growth of bacteria normally found in the gut in small non-
pathogenic quantities. Toxins generated by the overgrowth lead to a
cascade of events; The brain and the gut have parallel pharmacologic
regulatory systems that are also interlinked Gastrointestinal
disturbances coincide with mental acuity and emotional stability. This
has been shown to be the case among children along the autistic
spectrum. Immune dysfunction and gastrointestinal problems are
interrelated.

In adults the full blown condition affects many thousands,
unfortunately mainstream medicine does not recognise the condition.
There are however specialist doctors who treat yeast dominant “Gut
Dysbiosis” [see references “Dr Cranton" and treatment section "Dr
Myhill" ]


The Yeast Connection , By Dr William Crook
Poor quality gut flora is progressive. The individual becomes primed
for yeast overgrowth soon after birth with inherent poor flora. But
the final straw – the trigger in the now susceptible individual is
often the insult of a vaccine containing toxins,[additives called
adjuvants], this together with the immunologic challenge the
biological contents of the vaccine presents overwhelms the IS [immune
system]. Vaccines, like all medicines, have inherent potential side
effects, especially the older ones. They are a stress on the patient's
immune system, demanding it gear up and perform some work. In some
instances, they can cause transient immunosuppression or autoimmunity
— confused antibodies that can't differentiate invader from "self."
When immunity drops Candida will grow.

Update Nov 2009 Expert Pediatrician Exposes Vaccine Myths
Most children in the west have undergone treatment with broad-spectrum
antibiotics before vaccinations this also inpacts on gut flora.


http://www.yeast-candida-infections-uk.co.uk/autism-is-an-infectious-disease
From: Happy Oyster on
On Wed, 24 Mar 2010 02:07:30 -0700 (PDT), pautrey <rpautrey2(a)gmail.com> wrote:

>Excerpt From:
>http://www.yeast-candida-infections-uk.co.uk/autism-is-an-infectious-disease
>
>Autism is an infectious disease


That is nonsense.

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