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Re: Cortisol -- and autism! Awesome inferences might be made. Thank you.

Posted By: OJoan
Date: March-26, 1998 at 16:42:25

As you probably already found out there are 16 references to cortisol and autism in PubMed. Some of them refer to abnormal circadian cortisol rhythms.

I wonder about the possible multiple interactions
* blood type, diet and cortisol rhythm
* blood type, diet and touch responsiveness
* touch responsiveness and cortisol level rhythm

Knowing a type A adult who became very anti-touch,
(hypersensitized to stimuli) while on a high wheat diet,
I can only wonder what his cortisol levels were at the time.

Thanks again. This connection which you made I hope will stimulate a lot of
great resaerch and clinical progress.
Joan




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