Adventures in Autism Biochemistry

My name is Seth Bittker and I am the father of a boy with an autism diagnosis. I live in Connecticut with my wife and kids and work in New York City.

I have examined the nature of autism biochemistry, autism epidemiology, and autism pharmacology. I have some published articles, one ebook on a practical approach to autism supplementation, and I presented a poster session on over-the-counter supplements for autism at IMFAR 2015.

Here are some of my works:

Effectiveness of Over-the-counter Therapies for Autism. International Meeting for Autism Research. Salt Lake City. 2015. (poster session)
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Oral vitamin D, infants, toddlers, and autism in the United States: 1980 to 2010. Journal of Autism (Herbert). 2015;2.

Exposure to excessive oral vitamin D in youth: a risk factor for celiac disease in later life? Journal of Allergy and Asthma (Herbert). 2015;2.

Infant Exposure to Excessive Vitamin D: A Risk Factor for Autism. Autism – Open Access. 2014;4:1.

Autism: Getting Better: A Biomedical Protocol Based on Autism’s Typical Biochemistry. 2014. (ebook)


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