Reversal of Autism and Neurological Disorders (New Video)

I am encouraging my readers to view this new short video on the potential for recovery from autism. I will be writing more on autism recovery research, nutritional intervention and other treatments and therapies in the coming weeks.–Augie

The producer writes: “Autism Yesterday is a documentary film that explores an emerging truth many parents are discovering: Autism is a reversible condition through a process known as “biomedical intervention”. Through the eyes of five families and their recovering children, Autism Yesterday chronicles heart-wrenching stories of despair, hope, and recovery. This 30-minute documentary shares the remarkable story of children recovering from autism — perhaps the most important health issue of our time.”

Russian autistic boy from epidemic after more vaccinations were introduced, as in China.

Raine Saunders, a Journal correspondent from Boise, brought this video to my attention yesterday—as well as Part 1 of Preventing Autism and Other Disorders. This article addresses pre-conception, pre-natal and post-natal tips to make a healthy baby. These tips are also good for anyone—oh, except for the breastfeeding. Her very complete article will be posted Friday, so be sure to subscribe to keep up on the autism reversal and recovery mission.

WATCH THE VIDEO (you may need to pause it for a couple minutes to allow it to load without cutting out)

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