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Children with autism frequently have an imbalance of “good bugs” and “bad bugs” in their intestines. A frequently occurring “bad bug” is yeast (fungus).


Some symptoms that may indicate intestinal yeast overgrowth are: varying degrees of constipation, mucus or blood in stools, moodiness, hyper activity, aggressive behavior, strong cravings for sugar and refined carbohydrates. Dr. Anderson uses tests to diagnose what “bad bugs” are present. Doctor’s Data comprehensive stool Analysis with Parasitology of Great Plains Lab Organic Acid Test (OAT). See “Laboratory” tab.


Dr. Anderson uses both prescription and naturally occurring remedies. Here are some anti-fungal remedies that he may use. For prescription information, go to the “Prescription” tab.