HMF Neuro - Probiotic Help for Autism and ADHD
HMF Neuro Capsules from Seroyal contain strains and species of human microflora probiotic strains to help with autistic spectrum disorders (ASD) and attention deficit hyperactivity disorders (ADHD).
Autistic children may have significantly higher gastrointestinal tract disorders and increased intestinal permeability.
This can result in accumulations of such toxins as heavy metals, especially mercury, and undigested proteins in the lymph, circulatory, and central nervous systems. This accumulation may result in abnormalities.
HMF Neuro Capsules from Seroyal support a healthy intestinal tract and may help with ADHD and ASDs, including
- Asperger's Syndrome
- Childhood Disintegrative Disorder
- Rett Syndrome
HMF Neuro Capsules use proprietary non-pathogenic, human-sourced microflora bacterial strains as they can stick to cell tissue and have a naturally high tolerance to stomach acid.
Autistic children may produce an excess of exorphin peptides in their intestines. The Lactobacillus rhamnosus and Lactobacillus crispatus species in HMF Neuro Capsules support breaking down these peptides.
And other ingredients - HMF Bifidobacterium bifidum, Bifidobacterium lactis, and the two strains of L.acidophilus - help with mercury detoxification, as well as to heal the mucosal barrier and restore the intestinal tract.
Undigested proteins, from foods containing gluten and casein, can lead to the production of aberrant peptides with opioid activity of exorphins in the intestines.
Basically, certain food proteins may be broken down into as exorphins, or peptides that can have an effect similar to morphine.
Our nerve cells make a similar compound, endorphins, so named because they come from inside the body, whereas exorphins come from outside the body.
Exorphins, endorphins, and morphine work by way of opioid receptors, or molecules found on a variety of cell types throughout the body, but especially smooth muscles in the intestines and on nerves.
After compounds bind to and activate these receptors, all kinds of biochemical processes can result.
Brain opioid peptide systems, for example, play a significant role in motivation, emotion, attachment behavior and the response to stress and pain.