posted on Jan, 8 2012 @ 04:01 PM
Originally posted by Mountainmeg
Originally posted by nobodysavedme
the vitamin d council website has a number of case studies where autism was reversed.
i have tried to get people with autistic kids to look into it but it seems that most parents are either brain dead or stupid or just resigned to their
child's fate.maybe they just want the fake sympathy and attention from every tom dick and harry.
they just don't want to spend the time to read everything.
all they do is glance at one page recoil in horror as it is too much information or the x factor on tv is more important than the few hours they need
to study this in detail and follow the protocol.
i just advised michelle above to look into or better still get the boys parents to look into it.
just deafening silence from her.
no toxic drugs are involved.
Well, parents may respond a bit more positively if you didn't call them brain dead X-factor fans. Just sayin' Most parents of a child
with autism are overwhelmed, underhelped (is that a word?) and the amount of cure-all junk out there is immense. You wouldn't believe the number of
people trying to make a fast buck from parent's desperation.
My son does take vitamin D3 as do I and my daughter. I've spoken to several doctors and therapists who have supported the fact that a large majority
(one therapist claimed close to 90%) of people have a vitamin D deficiency. My son is a definite case of genetic autism - D3 showed little
improvement, but I keep it in his line up to avoid any further deficiencies and due to the wide array of conditions Vit D seems to address. I also
don't slather them in sunscreen if they're in and out of the house - but prolonged time outdoors between 11-4 gets the spray sunscreen.
I'll certainly be looking at your recommended site to see if I may be giving him too little D to make a difference.
you try to help people but apathy...
in any case clinical doses of vitamin d plus co factors are required as explained on the site.
you can ask dr cannell to forward the previous case studies for autism and for assistance.
these emails involved long correspondence between parents and dr cannell.
alternative is to sit with folded hands,despair and watch the tv.
the high dose vitamin d needs to be given for least 6 months and longer.
the vitamin d council prior to being reorganized had about 1200 scientific research papers on vitamin d.some of them were in relation to autism.
i am going to send you via private message one of the emails which i manage to find in my mailbox.
it is vital you take your time and read it and take some kind of action as otherwise there is no point.
i may have more.
i have sent you 6 messages with 6 different assorted diverse case studies after i found the other emails for you.
it is best if you copy/paste to wordpad,etc and print them out and study them for a week...as it is really hard to read from a messagebox.
also contact dr cannell.
edit on 8-1-2012 by nobodysavedme because: (no reason given)