*This event has ended*.
We want to bring the world’s most promising treatment, intestinal flora transplantation (FMT), to children with autism spectrum disorder (ASD).
We want children with ASD to have a more liveable, secure everyday life!
With this in mind, our study group is taking on the challenge of crowdfunding.
AT THE FIRST YURUTTE BACTERIA ROUNDTABLE (HELD ON TUESDAY, JUNE 15), NAOMI HATANAKA, WHOSE 10-YEAR-OLD SON UNDERWENT A TRANSPLANT IN MARCH, SHARED HER EXPERIENCE IN A MORE REALISTIC RATHER THAN “YURUTTE” MANNER. SHE ALSO ASKED MANY QUESTIONS ABOUT THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN INTESTINAL BACTERIA AND ASD.
What are gut bacteria?
Why is ASD related to poop?
Are kids with ASD processing information super fast?!
We are very happy to hear that you found it interesting, that it was the first time you had heard about it, and that it was good to hear from actual mothers who had undergone transplants. It was a great time for us to learn more about your questions.
We will also have a The 2nd Roundtable Discussion with Loose Bacteria! will be held online with Ms. Ai Kitamura, a fermented food specialist, on the theme of “A diet that makes your intestinal bacteria happy”.
Are fermented foods good for you?
You mean yogurt or natto?
What are some easy cooking tips?
And so on… Whether you just want to listen or want to talk with us, you’re welcome…
Questions in advance and chatting during the roundtable are welcome.
No charge, no registration required, no need to show up, come and go as you please!
Please join us in a relaxed, radio-like atmosphere.
Outline of the event
【Date & Time】
Tuesday, July 5, 2022, 12:00 noon – 1:00 pm
To be held online
The session may be extended, and will be recorded for the record, but will not be made public.
‘Eating a diet that makes your gut bacteria happy ‘
President, Love I Food Education
Ai Kitamura, Fermented Food Specialist
He has been teaching “honey” as an owner-chef in Nara for 4 years, “flower” cooking with malt for 10 years, and fermented cooking at Nara, Umeda, Namba, Kobe, Shibuya, Ginza, etc. as an instructor. He has served more than 60,000 people as a chef and taught about 10,000 people as an instructor.
In 2018, he was invited to Germany to expand Koji cuisine in Europe. She holds nutrition education seminars and fermented food lectures in various places to promote good taste, health, and the power to live through food.
Love I Food Education website
-No registration required
-Free to attend
-No need to show up
-Free to come and go