Chapter One describes each person’s biochemical individuality and stresses how attention to this must shape medical management strategies.
Chapter Two decries the “one-size-fits-all” approach to childhood vaccinations and provides sensible alternatives to the immunization problem.
Chapter Three investigates intestinal health in children with autism and covers relevant testing and care measures.
Chapter Four identifies toxic agents in our air, water, food, and environment that lurk behind the high autism rate and advises parents how to keep themselves and their children healthy in our contaminated world.
Chapter Five discusses the benefits keeping domestic animals can have on autistic children and discloses other advantages animals confer to families.
Chapter Six provides a novel approach to autism’s prevention by showing that the liver can become congested from contaminants, chemicals and drugs rendering it unable to tolerate a vaccination load. The chapter refers to proven methods and techniques developed by a well-known Australian physician to help persons of all ages regain liver health, thereby enabling our vulnerable children to avoid what this author considers to be the cause of this horrible epidemic raging worldwide.
The book concludes with an Epilogue and contains an Appendix of relevant information.
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