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The Resource Bugs, bowels, and behavior : the groundbreaking story of the gut-brain connection, edited by Teri Arranga, Claire I Viadro, MPH, PhD, and Lauren Underwood, PhD ; foreword by Martha Herbert, PhD, MD

Bugs, bowels, and behavior : the groundbreaking story of the gut-brain connection, edited by Teri Arranga, Claire I Viadro, MPH, PhD, and Lauren Underwood, PhD ; foreword by Martha Herbert, PhD, MD

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Bugs, bowels, and behavior : the groundbreaking story of the gut-brain connection
Title
Bugs, bowels, and behavior
Title remainder
the groundbreaking story of the gut-brain connection
Statement of responsibility
edited by Teri Arranga, Claire I Viadro, MPH, PhD, and Lauren Underwood, PhD ; foreword by Martha Herbert, PhD, MD
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Genre
Language
eng
Summary
Diet has a profound effect on both physical and mental health, but it goes even deeper than that. This collection of essays provides essential information about the intriguing connection between your belly and your brain, and the importance of your gastrointestinal health
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Cataloging source
UKMGB
Dewey number
616.30654
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illustrations
Index
no index present
LC call number
RC806
LC item number
.B84 2013
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
Label
Bugs, bowels, and behavior : the groundbreaking story of the gut-brain connection, edited by Teri Arranga, Claire I Viadro, MPH, PhD, and Lauren Underwood, PhD ; foreword by Martha Herbert, PhD, MD
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Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references
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volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Biofilm : a cause of chronic gastrointestinal issues in ASD
  • by John Hicks, III, MD
  • Old friends, new treatment : helminthic therapy in autism
  • by Judith Chinitz, MS, MS
  • The not so small world of gut microbes L how they influence behavior and the brain in big ways
  • by James Jeffret Bradstreet, MD, MD(H), FAAFP
  • Gut microbiota-brain connection
  • by Thomas J. Borody, MD, PhD, and Jordana Campbell, BSc
  • FMT : a parent's account of a fecal microbiota transplantation done for a 15-year-old female presenting with autism, chronic constipation, and very low energy levels
  • by MichaelF. Wagnitz
  • Bugs, bowels, brains, behavior, and the emergence of brain-body-planet medicine
  • The role of intestinal and other microbes in autism and other diseases affecting the central nervous system
  • by Sydney M. Finegold, MD
  • Gastrointestinal balance and neurotransmitter formation
  • by Amy Yasko
  • Interrelationships among the gut, mitochondrial function, and neurological sequelae
  • by Daniel A. Rossignol, MD, FAAFP
  • Milk : effects & implications for autism and other disorders
  • by Krystal D. Dubé and Richard C. Deth, PHD
  • Is it ever too late? : using a biomedical approach and dietary intervention to treat children and adults with autism
  • by Palema Ferro, RN, ASN, Raman Prasad, MS, and Carol Wester, RN, MSN, PMHCNS, BC
  • by Martha Herbert
  • Diagnosing and treating inflammatory bowel disease in the genomic era
  • by Stephen Walker, PhD
  • Food allergy and the gut-brain axis
  • by Andrew Wakefield, MB, BS
  • The biochemical connection between the gut and the brain : how food, bugs, and the gut barrier affect health, behavior, and cognition
  • by Geri Brewster, RD, MPH, CDN
  • Theories of gut-brain axis involvement in childhood developmental disorders
  • by Arthur Krigsman, MD
  • Role of the GI tract in neuroepigenetic regulation during early development and its implications for autism
  • by Richard C. Deth, PhD, Nathaniel W. Hodgson, Stephen Walker, PhD, Arthur Krigsman, MD, and Malav S. Trivedi
Control code
ocn779245494
Dimensions
23 cm
Edition
Paperback.
Extent
xviii, 285
Isbn
9781616087364
Isbn Type
(pbk.)
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
Other physical details
illustrations
System control number
(OCoLC)779245494
Label
Bugs, bowels, and behavior : the groundbreaking story of the gut-brain connection, edited by Teri Arranga, Claire I Viadro, MPH, PhD, and Lauren Underwood, PhD ; foreword by Martha Herbert, PhD, MD
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Biofilm : a cause of chronic gastrointestinal issues in ASD
  • by John Hicks, III, MD
  • Old friends, new treatment : helminthic therapy in autism
  • by Judith Chinitz, MS, MS
  • The not so small world of gut microbes L how they influence behavior and the brain in big ways
  • by James Jeffret Bradstreet, MD, MD(H), FAAFP
  • Gut microbiota-brain connection
  • by Thomas J. Borody, MD, PhD, and Jordana Campbell, BSc
  • FMT : a parent's account of a fecal microbiota transplantation done for a 15-year-old female presenting with autism, chronic constipation, and very low energy levels
  • by MichaelF. Wagnitz
  • Bugs, bowels, brains, behavior, and the emergence of brain-body-planet medicine
  • The role of intestinal and other microbes in autism and other diseases affecting the central nervous system
  • by Sydney M. Finegold, MD
  • Gastrointestinal balance and neurotransmitter formation
  • by Amy Yasko
  • Interrelationships among the gut, mitochondrial function, and neurological sequelae
  • by Daniel A. Rossignol, MD, FAAFP
  • Milk : effects & implications for autism and other disorders
  • by Krystal D. Dubé and Richard C. Deth, PHD
  • Is it ever too late? : using a biomedical approach and dietary intervention to treat children and adults with autism
  • by Palema Ferro, RN, ASN, Raman Prasad, MS, and Carol Wester, RN, MSN, PMHCNS, BC
  • by Martha Herbert
  • Diagnosing and treating inflammatory bowel disease in the genomic era
  • by Stephen Walker, PhD
  • Food allergy and the gut-brain axis
  • by Andrew Wakefield, MB, BS
  • The biochemical connection between the gut and the brain : how food, bugs, and the gut barrier affect health, behavior, and cognition
  • by Geri Brewster, RD, MPH, CDN
  • Theories of gut-brain axis involvement in childhood developmental disorders
  • by Arthur Krigsman, MD
  • Role of the GI tract in neuroepigenetic regulation during early development and its implications for autism
  • by Richard C. Deth, PhD, Nathaniel W. Hodgson, Stephen Walker, PhD, Arthur Krigsman, MD, and Malav S. Trivedi
Control code
ocn779245494
Dimensions
23 cm
Edition
Paperback.
Extent
xviii, 285
Isbn
9781616087364
Isbn Type
(pbk.)
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
Other physical details
illustrations
System control number
(OCoLC)779245494

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