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Hello welcome to help -- I'm -- demanding the CDC says.
That in the last two years autism cases have increased by 23%.
That's a lot.
That means one in every 88 children in the US is on the spectrum.
There are many theories about treatments out there but my guess -- conducted the study.
That found food and nutrients sensitivities.
Played a huge role in autistic children this is doctor Jacob Teitelbaum and you know him because he's a regular guys who have Fox News and he's very well verse and in many of these therapies the last time we probably talked about the effects of sugar.
In our in our nutrition but certainly this is very important as you know have an autistic child so this means the world to me let's talk about.
This study we just did desensitize.
Same technique right.
Tell me about that -- What are finding is that food sensitivities are playing a major role in triggering the ought to -- And there's a host of different sensitivities and we see a lot of allergic symptoms and are somehow think -- and while the ball symptoms associated with the other autistic symptoms very commonly right.
Am we decided to go ahead and treat for these sensitivities using a special.
But as -- acupressure technique.
That desensitized as the body tell one food with the treatment it.
Because the give you a prime example on values and they -- -- this is fascinating to me my son who killed was a lovely boy when he was -- had no difficulties whatsoever.
And in my family we are not really allergic to any kind of food.
When he was a year and a half he became into contact his physical contact with the peanut.
Them and he almost died he was not that he got a -- in his face.
He was not that he became red he almost died -- -- now for and the whole nine yards.
And this came out of nowhere.
So I saw that this had to at least be part of the bigger picture.
How how did you how did you break up the study.
Well what they did I -- and the way we got introduced to it is there as a child -- came into our office you know my work at most to a fibromyalgia and Chronic Fatigue Syndrome right.
-- But there's a child with autism -- -- non verbal and she came -- and had a one of these and eighteen treatments and she came -- after one -- and it was high -- how Obama you know this morning and have as few as a chatty Cathy.
And my wife and I decided we needed to fund the study we've explored.
Talked to researchers from around the world -- this was a common event.
So we want to -- -- -- pew research foundation our foundation funded the study we got sixty children who have autism.
And -- -- -- -- -- half its treatment have to Comanche can control group right.
And then what -- found 23 of the thirty kids in the treatment group.
We're back in regular school at the end of one year as opposed to none of the untreated children how long did you follow them.
-- be the treatment push for one year OK so it was twice a week I listen to fairly simple treatments.
And you'll see the step wise improvement the most of the children -- some of them would have these dramatic -- but most.
After twenty treatments and forty and they got better and better.
Com so this was a year out.
That we do the follow up and then that's up -- untreated control group we treated them as well so you know a lot of.
Working in the autism spectrum and then I have had many many scientists who -- about it so I guess the argument behind you study is that look.
These children are sensitized.
Choose certain particular proteins in food and they create an inflammatory response.
That inflammatory response kinda confuses.
The content the functionality of the brain if you eliminate the food analogies.
The inflammatory response score down.
And the cognitive transmission proves that guy that's that that's right to shake up -- CI how I I can put things together I'm not that dumb.
So word do we now move forward I mean that that I know -- publishes studies so so it's it's -- and it's out there.
What do we say to parents I mean coming up out of this.
Do we say that.
-- food values are important while.
We know that the food allergies are critical.
All this treatment is considered a complementary or holistic treatments -- -- move.
Right but it's something that's very gentle and benign -- a parent -- -- a lot of them.
My child to be getting -- -- right and there's over 101000 health practitioners trained worldwide.
-- the -- that is and.
AEP dot com to give me a taste of how you desensitize.
Let's see if I came.
Do you -- -- I guess first you do was certain allergy -- to see this whatever allegations that is the baby hats or the child pass or not necessarily we can do the tough thing but.
What I prefer that the child be treated for all of the fifteen major food groups which is repeated in the study OK and this each week treat for one of them.
And the treatments -- simple they simply hold a -- that has had allergy and and that.
And you hit several pressure points along -- -- you're just gently touched them for the acupressure points.
In fact the first time I had gotten complected -- AT what I had horrible guy we've had fever allergies down.
This gallon pounds that I can help -- without and I said.
That voodoo is not gonna help hay fever you belong right in and one day hours especially miserable and she said stop being a bit with money -- -- -- -- Tonight I don't like somebody turned off the faucet in my notes they hate people wanna -- never came back and not that's when I started exploring it.
But it was a very simple thing just simply hitting several pressure point you.
This over a week you do it it's a twenty minute treatment you do it twice a week -- in the -- so.
But hey I saw the message is said look.
-- played maybe a role in delaying progression.
Of getting better.
Don't give Bob the aid they BA or originally dubbed -- tried to absolutely supplemented with some -- that's the message is.
Wanna do a holistic approach wanna -- the cognitive behavioral counseling because these children in the families -- hopeful that.
You also -- -- -- the sugar out of the diet and help clean up the diet about it but then the child can't afford everything in her life she -- the NAEP.
Decentralize the child that takes load off and let's say 23 of -- thirty kids Battenberg the school just four of the way.
Well listen -- at any good to be anybody who is very proactive in finding.
Therapies that can help children with autism I -- you and I thank you for doing the study.
And I want -- -- I'm sure that once we.
-- once as people watched as they gonna want more information story can they find more information on the stadium where they can get therapy like this.
The full study can be seen at www.
N like Nancy AEP.
Dot com -- and AEP dot com and my wife and I are thrilled to do study those as a labor -- yeah.
Thank you so much for coming to the program and giving us good news and I need good news once in awhile thank you.
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