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FOR CLARITY: Chapter 5.1b from Inflammation Mastery 4th Edition was published separately as

Pain Revolution in color and later as

Brain Inflammation in discounted grayscale; the digital versions are identical.

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Autism, Dysbiosis, and the Gut-Brain Axis

Autism, Dysbiosis, and the Gut-Brain Axis is a short focused excerpt from Deciphering the Gut-Brain Axis in Clinical Practice which itself is excerpted from Dr Vasquez's postgraduate medical education program "Human Microbiome and Dysbiosis in Clinical Disease." This excerpt is edited and embellished from the transcript of the original video (also available as an audio download) with several additional sections to cover important topics such as brain inflammation, vaccination, antibiotic interventions, and more.

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  • DescriptionAutism, Dysbiosis, and the Gut-Brain Axis is a short focused excerpt from the upcoming "Deciphering the Gut-Brain Axis in Clinical Practice" (2018) which itself is excerpted from Dr Vasquez's postgraduate medical education program "Human Microbiome and Dysbiosis in Clinical Disease." This book establishes biological plausibility of the gut-brain axis in autism and also describes appropriate therapeutic interventions. This excerpt is edited and embellished from the transcript of the original video with several additional sections to cover important topics such as brain inflammation, vaccination, antibiotic interventions, and more. The ebook includes many hyperlinks to provide direct access to important articles, news, and videos.

  • Availability: This autism-specific excerpt is available in digital/ebook format at low cost and can be read via the free Kindle software which makes the book accessible on smartphone, tablet/iPad, and computer. This digital ebook is now available on Amazon.com; a paper book version is now available. 

  • Format: Digital ebook via the free Kindle software; paper book in process

  • Paper book link ISBN: 978-1977504609, 1977504604

  • Digital ebook link ASIN: B075LTXYNB

  • Length: Approximately 156 pages pages according to Amazon; presumably this is standardized at the most popular 6"x9" page size, 1.5 line spacing, and 11-point font; the print version of the book in 6"x9" page size is approximately 120 pages. 

  • Images: Approximately 5 color images of importance within the main body of the text

  • Video: Video of this presentation is available here, within the context of the the 4-hour presentation (#12.b or #12 part 2) of the video program Human Microbiome and Dysbiosis in Clinical Disease.

  • Audio: The audio excerpt specific to autism will be available

  • ContextAutism, Dysbiosis, and the Gut-Brain Axis is a short focused excerpt from Deciphering the Gut-Brain Axis in Clinical Practice which itself is excerpted from Dr Vasquez's postgraduate medical education program Human Microbiome and Dysbiosis in Clinical Disease

  • See Sample / Download: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B075LTXYNB

  • Reviewers: Terri Ward, Julie Poteet, John Bartemus, Eric Serrano, Mathieu Bouchard 

  • Date of Most Recent Update: Thursday, September 20, 2017

  • Updates: Any updates will be posted here (below); thus far the only update is only of minor cosmetics and correction of 2 minor typographical errors. Click here for more details about Kindle ebook updates

    • "total microbial load" (TML) is the major determinant of "total inflammatory load" TIL​

    • Peer-reviewed validationVasquez A. Biological plausibility of the gut–brain axis in autism. Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences 2017 doi:10.1111/nyas.13516

Inflammation Mastery, 4th Ed ($170 + $20 shipping)

$190.00Price