“It’s that neighbor that’s constantly calling you up saying, ‘Hey, can I borrow your lawnmower. Hey, can I borrow 50 bucks…’ They’re constantly taking, constantly taking. They’re always unstable. There’s always something wrong. They never really had that grounded presence,” says Tom Malterre, MS, CN.
Malterre is a functional medicine nutritionist with a bachelors and masters […]
Arsenic toxicity is currently being blamed on many illnesses including Asperger’s, brain fog, metal degeneration, exhaustion and cancers. Experts and specialists in their field speak out on how to relieve toxicity symptoms and prevent further progression of contamination.
The Journal of Inorganic Biochemistry says, “Arsenic exposure is mainly through diet and drinking water.”
“I now realize the docs that were rep friendly, loved the reps coming in- I don’t know if I’d go see them. I have a new respect for those doctors that didn’t want drug reps in their office,” says Blair Hamrick in Jeff Hays‘documentary Bought. Hamrick is a former executive pharmaceutical sales representative for Glaxosmithkline who exposed fraudulent activity […]
“They’ve been increasing the amount of aluminum in vaccines quite systematically particularly over the last 10 years,” says Dr. Stephanie Seneff, senior scientist at MIT who has been conducting research for over three decades. She is considered the leading expert on sulfur and how it functions in the body. She is an electrical engineer, a […]
“In terms of the (medical) profession we’ve entered an era that’s sort of back to the future and nutrition is expected again. It’s not common in (medical) education. Docs are not learning nearly enough about it for the most part. The recognition is now there that we can’t neglect it. It’s too important,” says Dr. David […]
The previous post on ADHD & Autism Foods To Avoid provoked a lot of reader comments and page views. It can be overwhelming to see what foods cause behavior problems but the bottom line is there are a lot of foods that are healthy for ADHD, autsim and bipolar disorder. The goal is to eat nutrient […]
Different foods cause different responses in the intestinal tract, feeding bad bacteria and breaking the blood brain barrier. It is vital to avoid these foods that feed bad bacteria in the intestines and as a result cause problematic behavior. Some people do not have visible swelling but do have evidence of bad bacteria overgrowth […]
Sometimes I sit and sometimes I just say stuff to see who else is ADHD, like me. Here’s 12 things to never say to someone with ADHD. Except if have your video camera ready.
12. God made so many of them because they’re good sautéed in butter.
11. If you put this frog down […]
There are countless medical treatments to assist with autism. In all, many families with means have gone to great extremes in an attempt to heal their children including mortgaging their homes, taking out personal loans and driving countless miles for specialists. In the community of autistic detective parents it is not uncommon to discuss […]
Autism is winning! Among developmental disabilities it is the fastest growing with a rate of 1,148% per year.
The Autism Society says 60 people every day are being diagnosed with autism in the United States. The numbers are pretty close to the same in the U.K.
Seven years ago when we began our battle to […]
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