What if a stellar treatment for Crohn’s disease has been sitting under doctors’ noses for even longer than they’ve known about the disease? A growing body of research suggests it is more likely than previously realized.
Thanks to recent studies investigating natural anti-inflammatory treatments, researchers and clinicians now know more about their effects than they ever have before, allowing more patients to benefit from natural alternatives.
Alternative treatments for autism gives clinicians, parents, and patients new opportunities for creating symptom relief, but any treatment strategy must be tailored to the unique needs of each individual.
A recently-developed blood-based peripheral marker that can be used to identify autism-associated ileocolitis could help clinicians develop more effective, patient-specific strategies for symptom management.
The latest research suggests that a relatively new turmeric-based supplement—tetrahydrocurcumin—may be more effective for addressing gastrointestinal symptoms, particularly when delivered in highly bioavailable forms.
Butyrate, also known as butyric acid, is an emerging treatment option for a wide range of health conditions, particularly gastrointestinal disorders and GI-associated neurological conditions like autism spectrum disorder (ASD).
Compelling evidence has begun to emerge in support of modern dietary interventions for those who seek to alleviate IBD symptoms noninvasively, including the FODMAP diet and targeted nutraceutical interventions.
As the body of research highlighting potential health benefits of butyric acid grows, both researchers and health practitioners are recommending bioavailable butyric acid supplements for patients with a wide variety of health conditions.