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Low Stomach Acid and Autism - The Connection Between Gut Flora and Health

by Bill Thompson | July 2, 2015

Like with many developmental disorders, Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) often occurs in conjunction with a variety of other health concerns and conditions that affect an individual’s health in various ways. Low stomach acid is one of the most common of these comorbid issues and causes not only discomfort, but nutritional issues as well. A variety of gastrointestinal problems are the result of low stomach acid, and most people don’t even know it.

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