As more scientists look to nutritional factors that may aid in the effective management of Parkinson’s disease, quercetin is emerging as a viable treatment option due to its anti-inflammatory and antioxidant effects.
While clinicians have historically suggested low-fiber diets for patients with Crohn’s disease, the latest research suggests that some of the best foods for Crohn’s include those that are high in fiber and combine probiotics with prebiotic fiber.
Emerging research suggests that autism-associated behavioral abnormalities are modulated by gut physiology, and dietary supplements like probiotics and short chain fatty acids may prove to be effective therapeutic options.
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.
For almost two decades, researchers have been conducting rigorous in vitro experiments, animal studies, and clinical trials, to determine whether probiotics could make a difference for patients with IBS.