Alex Manos is a leading specialist in functional medicine and we have a great talk about my work with children with gut health problems and the link with behavioural, developmental and learning problems plus mental health challenges.
This includes a discussion of common underlying influences of various conditions including autism and OCD. If you are the more technical type, this one is for you.
Do have a listen and let me know what you think in the comments below!
Alex Manos is a leading functional medicine practitioner, and life coach. Visit his web site here.
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