The Full Picture in Help for Autism/ADD and Related Conditions – Part 3

What makes my treatment so different than other programs? The problem with most existing programs is that they only focus on one component of the brain’s neurophysiology. Even if that component is necessary, it is only one part of a complete treatment that works together to heal the brain tissue, the gut and then reprogram the brain to function properly. … Read More

Help for Autism/ADD and Related Conditions Part 2

What Caused These Brain Disorders? Neuroscience research shows that there is rarely a single cause for neurobehavioral disorders. Usually, multiple factors converge to create a “perfect storm” that results in various degrees of brain damage. Again, the severity is determined by multiple factors, not a single cause. The chief causes for neurobehavioral disorders are grouped as neurotoxic substances. The vast … Read More

Help for Autism/ADD and Related Conditions Part 1

Parents of children with ADD/ADHD, Autism/Asperger’s, Dyslexia, Tourette’s or other neurobehavioral disorders spend years trying to help their children. Sadly, they are told by doctors, “There’s nothing more we can do for your child.” Parents are often told that drugs are the only treatment option. Even though the drugs are very dangerous and carry serious side-effects. I want to give … Read More

Flu Shot Tied To Fetal Deaths

According to the Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System (VAERS), an astounding 4,250% increase in fetal deaths have been reported after a flu shot has been administered to a pregnant women. The Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System (VAERS) is a national program sponsored by the United States Federal Government, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and the Food and Drug Administration … Read More

Chronic Stress – The Modern Epidemic

What comes to mind when you think about stress? The common answers are work, schedule, family and finances. These all create an emotional stress. We worry about these items and we feel anxious. You may feel your heart beat a little faster or you may feel your chest get a little tight. This is the stress response. This type of … Read More