I believe if you’re here, on this page, it’s time to consider biomed.
Click below for Dr. James Adams speech (second ‘screen’ down): (please! do not! get scared by the word AUTISM!! There are ways to heal your toddler and information is power!!!)
- “Nutritional and Dietary Interventions for Autism Spectrum Disorder – A Randomized, Controlled 12 month Trial of a Combination of Six Treatments.”
- Presentation Slides
Blog: Biomed Heals!
I think the more ‘mainstream’ version is the mineral balancing I’m getting into, on my own… www.infantreflux.org/magnesium & www.infantreflux.org/iron to start…
Thank you to Rowyn A., Thiamine Queen for her major contribution to this page!
I asked about Food Sensitivity Testing – Non IgG Mediated & MRT
and her answer:
most of that testing cannot predict the reactions of the brain to partially digested food. Its not the immune system reacting.
Its the food binding to opiate receptors in the brain. That causes sensory issues since its like being ‘high’ and only 2 years old
Gluten,casein, soy and corn that are not completely digested due to gut issues leave the leaky bowel in the same form as some opiate peptides and can bind to the receptors in the brain. This causes an opiate haze, picky eating due to food addiction, sensory issues, tantrums, sleep issues, anxiety….
They may talk strangely because they hear (and therefore learn) things through this fog. My kid added weird syllables to words, for example.
Yes, they cannot stay connected and do things in a logical order, like first turn on lights, then lift up toilet seat, then pull down pants…because its like being high, essentially. They get lost in between steps. You can’t test for that easily, though there are some autism tests for these opiates, but most of us assume our kids are dealing with them.
Over time, the immune system may begin react to all these food particles leaving the gut in those big pieces, and then you can see it on testing.
Leaky gut causes brain fog not just because of yeast, but the opiate factor too.
Scientific concepts related to HTMA: http://www.malterinstitute.org/htma/
If a person, professional or non -professional, can’t think in terms of a dynamic interrelated system of minerals, they will have a very hard time understanding the value of a HTMA.
“Here is a link to my [Rick Malter] published article that challenges this JAMA junk science.http://www.orthomolecular.org/library/jom/2001/pdf/2001-v16n02-p091.pdf“