Autism and Food Intolerance
The purpose for research is inspiration from one child with autism in my family, from heteroanamnesis and symptoms, I decided to do the test-the first daughter of my sister with diagnosis; autism, she had multi food intolerance, than with prof.Blyta we started with follow up panel (a big panel with more analysis: blood, urine, faecal, biochemistry also microbiology) but the first test was food intolerance for those patients. The connection between Autism and food intolerances is likely to lie in the higher prevalence of intestinal permeability that it seen in autistic patients. They have intestinal permeability, the largest protein undigested into the blood, from this process can develop food intolerance and food allergy. For food intolerance is responsible IgG or IgG4 and those antibodies reacted as adaptive immune system. The IgG antibodies then fix to the food proteins to form an immune complex in the blood stream. If the immune complex fixes to a tissue it will eventually lead to tissue damage from inflammation and specific symptoms which vary from person to person is the most important casein intolerance and gluten intolerance because from casein has a pathological mechanism of casomorphine formation also from gluten intolerance to gliadinmorphine, these findings are specific for pathologies such as Autism, delays in psychomotor, delays in speech, mood, anxiety, hyperactivity, etc. but it is another of my research on gliadinomorphine and casomorphine with Autistic children’s.