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Gut and Psychology Syndrome Student Test

Test material taken from "Gut & Psychology Syndrome" by Dr. Natasha Campbell-McBride, MD (2010 revised edition)

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  • GAPS CLASS: G110

  • Welcome to the test. Please ponder your answers carefully, referencing the book as needed. Good luck!
  • Part One: Chapter 1
  • 1. GAPS children and adults have ___________ problems, sometimes quite severe. Colic, bloating, flatulence, diarrhea, constipation, feeding difficulties and malnourishment, all to various degrees, are a ________ part of autism, schizophrenia and other GAPS conditions.
  • 2. The main issue is: autistic children have enlarged and inflamed lymph nodes in their _______ wall, which is a clear sign of a fight with some ____________ going on there.
  • 3. Symbiotic relationships are ones where neither party can live without the other. We humans, cannot _______ without these tiny micro-organisms, which we carry on and in our bodies everywhere.
  • 4. Gut micro-flora can be divided into three groups:
  • 5. Without protection the gut wall is open to invasion by anything that comes along: a virus from vaccination or the ________________, a ubiquitous fungus such as Candida albicans, various bacteria and _________ and toxic substances, all of which are very capable of damaging our digestive system and causing a chronic inflammation in its walls.