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Healing the Symptoms Known as Autism

Author: Kerri Rivera; Kimberley Mcdaniel; Daniel Bender
Publisher: Chicago, United States Autism02 2014.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : 2nd editionView all editions and formats
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In the seven months since the release of the first edition of this book, 22 more children have lost their autism diagnosis and returned to a state of health, for a total of 115 recovered children and counting. Hundreds more have lost ATEC points, as well as shown many cognitive, behavioral, emotional and physical gains thanks to the protocol outlined in these pages. This edition includes all protocol updates and a  Read more...
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Kerri Rivera; Kimberley Mcdaniel; Daniel Bender
ISBN: 9780989289047 0989289044
OCLC Number: 1000490125
Description: 596 pages pages ; 229 x 152 mm
Responsibility: Kerri Rivera.

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In the seven months since the release of the first edition of this book, 22 more children have lost their autism diagnosis and returned to a state of health, for a total of 115 recovered children and counting. Hundreds more have lost ATEC points, as well as shown many cognitive, behavioral, emotional and physical gains thanks to the protocol outlined in these pages. This edition includes all protocol updates and a whole lot more including: (1) how to heal older, self-injurious and/or aggressive children; (2) GcMAF and its role in healing autism; (3) gluten's role in molecular mimicry and autoimmunity; (4) a new method of CD preparation; (5) an improved and easier to follow parasite protocol; along with (6) a special calendar so you know what to do when; (7) many new testimonials from parents sharing their real-life experiences using this protocol; and much more ... Dietrich Klinghardt MD, PhD, says ... The world of autism is rocking again. Kerri Rivera has done it. In this comprehensive book she has condensed and simplified the core elements of the biomedical approach, those that work 90% of the time on 90% of the children. Her focus on using a unified and affordable approach to reduce the body burden of chronic infections and infestations is addressing the very core issue of most autistic children and adults. It has made her method the most powerful tool to this day to help many children recover safely, inexpensively and solidly. Her research is validated by the enormously positive response from parents from all over the world. Teri Arranga, Executive director of AutismOne, says ... In 3 years, 115 children previously diagnosed with regressive autism were able to shed their diagnosis, their symptoms and return to an overall state of health and vitality. If you have any interest in finding out how they were able to heal you need to read this book. Kerri has a heart for children with autism, and she cares greatly about recommending safe, economical interventions that are helping to confront an epidemic.

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