Monday, July 08, 2013

Lili's thought of the day

Do some autistic kids have gastrointestinal issues because they can't digest gluten or casein, or are they mild cases of the CDKL5 disorder who haven't been properly medically investigated and don't yet have a proper diagnosis?

"It is likely that there are many people affected by CDKL5 who have mild symptoms and no seizures."


Anonymous said...

Actually, if you follow human genome project, gluten and casein intolerance run in the same Neanderthal genome as ADHD/Autism/Aspie/and OCD. These recessive conditions, through epigenetics, could be the human body's attempt to counteract this genetic intolerance by adapting..

Thought of the Day..


Lili Marlene said...

You have identified a gene for autism and also a gene for Asperger syndrome? Gosh, that's so much more than millions of dollars worth of top-notch scientific research has managed to do. According to the boffins there is no one or few genes linked to these diagnoses. So what's your secret? I demand that you name the specific genes that you are discussing, and explain the many arguments that you have made in your comment (linking homo neanderthalensis with food intolerances and a group of conditions of the mind).