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Oxalate, the Inflammasome and Autoimmunity
The inflammasome governs activation of inflammatory responses, through one of two very important arms of our immune system our innate immune response (and only recently discovered in 2002!) And is now a hot topic among scientists. Look at the over 800 studies linking inflammasomes to cancer, and over 400 studies linking it to autoimmune disease, as well as heart disease, Alzheimer’s disease, Parkinson’s disease. In this interview, Susan Owens shares her insight into how oxalate is involved with the inflammasome and autoimmune disease (as well as autism of course).
Julie has curated the leading researchers, medical doctors, and nutrition professionals to present the science, clinical results, and steps that can be taken right away. They will reveal the scientific connections between what children eat and varied symptoms of autism. You'll discover which body systems are routinely affected in autism and what the science says about using food and nutrition to help. Find out which foods negatively affect learning, behavior and mood, along with which approaches can help. Learn how and why you must individualize based on your child’s unique needs.