Digestive System of Children with Autism
By Susi Irawati
The digestive system of autism.
According to research on 2002 by Horvarth K and Perman JA, children with autism may experience disturbances in the upper and lower digestive tract. Permeability of the intestine and digestive enzyme activity decreased. There are also abnormalities in the esophagus tissue, stomach, small intestine and colon and liver capacity to conjugate defangs.
Children with autism generally experience frequent diarrhea, abdominal pain, constipation, and a food intolerance. Hence, children with autism require special ways to overcome digestive problems.
Approximately about 5o% of people with autism have bowel leakage that resulted in intestinal flora imbalance. The result is excessive growth of digestive microorganism potentially disease-causing pathogens.
In the digestive tract with autistic children, HISTOLYTICUM Clostridium group of bacteria found in greater numbers than children who do not suffer from autism. This can interfere HISTOLYTICUM gut and cause systemic effects.
As parents the important things that must be considered in children with autism are less Clostridium population and improve intestinal micro flora balance through food intake regulation and prebiotic supplementation. It was necessary to reduce digestive disorders in children with autism