Mitochondrial Dysfunction and AutismBreakthroughs in neurological research have shown the essential role of mitochondria to healthy brain function and development.

Key nutrients to target mitochondrial function can have a positive impact on language, communication, and social ability – from infancy to adulthood.

Sign up here for our interview with guest Dr. Suzanne Goh, pediatric neurologist and author of Spectacular Bond, who tells us about the link between mitochondrial dysfunction and autism.

Date & Time

  • Tuesday, March 25, 2014 11:00 am