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Emerging type III diabetes theory of autism

developed by: Professor Werner Reutter, PhD, Chantee, Berlin and presented in English by Dietrich Klinghardt, MD at the Lyme Induced Autism (LIA) Foundation Conference on April 18, 2010

D-galactoseDr. Klinghardt Dietrich, MD, an autism and lyme specialist in Washington state, presented the following information today at the LIA Foundation conference.

The issue: the growth and development of the brain is largely insulin dependent; insulin is needed to feed the brain cells with glucose. Autistic children have a great disturbance of the insulin receptor in the brain, possibly combined with insulin resistance and other issues, which leads to failure of the system.

Common result: high ammonia levels in brain, glutamate toxicity, elevation of TNF-alpha and IL-6, structural abnormalities and others.

Solution: D-galactose (a mono sugar) 4 grams twice daily in water.

He also mentioned that D-galactose has been used successfully in cancer and Alzheimer’s treatment programs. It does not appear to be offered currently on his BioPure product website but keep checking back:

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