I understand the controversy in this. I just want to share my son’s story because I thought it might be able to help someone else.
Tyler progressed normally until he was about 1 year old. And then started regressing. He started therapy right away and continued to see an early interventionist, ABA therapists, speech therapists, occupational therapists, feeding therapists, and had special education.
He was diagnosed with autism right before his 3rd birthday. I think a lot of mothers start to do research at that point to find out what causes that. I will always accept my son the way he is, no matter what. But I would not accept that there is nothing I can do. If I can help him with the struggles that he deals with, then I will.
We had a hard time even leaving the house because he would have constant meltdowns. He was hitting me and kicking me, screaming and biting me (not to mention, had no safety awareness and LOTS of energy). He was also very aggressive to my daughter Zoe, and sometimes other kids.
He stopped eating (thank God for pediasure) and he was constantly stimming (repeatedly flapping hands, hitting and stomping).
I stumbled on Andrew Hall Cutlers studies that say that the thimerosal (containing mercury) used as a preservative in vaccines may cause metal poisoning and then if your child suffers from those symptoms, then it will look the same, in a child, as autism. If it is metal poisoning, then there is a way to reverse it. A very safe natural healthy way, using vitamins. The method is called “Low Dose Frequent Chelation Therapy.” (Not to be confused with the more common method of chelation therapy.)
I’m not saying that I’m completely against vaccines. I can’t speak on what I don’t know. There is so much opposing information regarding vaccines that it’s just confusing for everyone. But I do know MY family’s story, and that is that if you do experience negative effects from the vaccines then there is a way to help. (I got my kids exempt from vaccines because I don’t feel comfortable with them after this, but if you’re still wanting to get them, you can get it without the metals. You can get what’s called “live vaccines” without the thimerosal.)
Tyler had genetic testing done and they could find nothing, so immediately after finding a video similar to this one, I started the protocol. Some of his trained therapists were very skeptical and trying to convince me that it was a bad idea. Within 2 weeks, everyone noticed a difference. He’s been progressing ever since.
There is a facebook page with many other families with stories just like ours
This method is helping 3 out of 4 kids. That is proof of how many kids are being affected by metals instead of a genetic disorder. After 2-6 years of this method, kids are completely recovered.
The method involves giving a vitamin called Alpha Lipoic Acid, in very, very small doses (Tyler’s is 6mg), every 3 hours on the weekends. Friday at 2pm-Monday at 8am.
Then 4 other essential vitamins 4 times per day, all throughout the week. Vitamin C, Zinc, Magnesium, and Vitamin E.
If you want to learn the protocol, Andrew has a book that explains in depth. Here is the link to that.
Here are some numbers.
The ATEC test on autism.com helps to determine the severity of autism.
The scale is 0-180. 180 is the most severe.
When Tyler was diagnosed he was at 133.
After a year of ABA therapy, occupational therapy, speech therapy, feeding therapy, and special education, he progressed from 133 to 117.
Well I stopped almost all the therapy when I found this info so that I could test it and see if we saw progression from this alone.
In 4 MONTHS, he progressed from 117… to 78.
If you want to continue to follow him, I have an Instagram page to keep everyone updated.
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