Uranium exposure from mining operations, fly-ash from coal-fired thermal plants and other activities poses a real threat to unborn foetuses, children and pregnant woman. Many adults struggle with significant health challenges as a result of exposure to uranium.
This article presents a hypothesis as to a possible “cure” for disorders of the Basal Ganglia. The therapeutic considerations that this hypothesis pose are that a sufferer’s consciousness, communication, reason, movement, memory, mood and rhythm of self can be liberated if the bio-chemical aetiology of these disorders is better understood (as well as parallel links), if detoxification and nutritional re-balancing of the sub-system is effected, which, in turn, will release neuro-trophic factors that can respond to intensive re-patterning of sensory-motor pathways within a therapeutic context.
Our babies are born into a frightening world of chemical excesses. There is much we can’t prevent, but when it comes to toxic metal exposure there are steps you as a parent can take to prevent exposing your child to toxins which might lead to autism.
So, you sit in Woolies and tell your friend over a Cuppachino that you are worried about your son. You tell her that he was such a lovely, lively, normal little guy, inquisitive and energetic, talkative and intelligent… but recently you and your husband have notices that his behavior has changed. He tends to withdraw, doesn’t come for hugs and cuddles, seems to not look at people – even worse, he tends to astutely avoid eye contact when people address him, and most worrying of all is that his play has stagnated and become quite obsessive. He sits in a corner, peering at objects out of the corner of his eyes, endlessly amused by spinning objects, the wheels of his little cars, the rotating blades of a ceiling fan, the rotations of the clothes in the washing machine. He has lost words out of his vocabulary and he relies more and more on body language to communicate what he wants. He tends to pull you and your husband towards his favourite objects, demands things with tantrums and can’t seem to stop making high-pitched screeching sounds. He seems fascinated by the colour purple and whenever you take something away which he’s been staring at for hours, he throws a tantrum so large, that your neighbours must be thinking of reporting you to the Child Protection Unit.
Benefits of Camel’s milk for children with autism and neuro-integrational / immunological challengeson Feb 11 in Autism tagged
I’m delighted to report on a small project which I’ve been involved in over the past 10 months. Sometime ago, a retired Israeli professor, an anatomist at a university in Israel, who lectures part-time and farms camels in his spare time, contacted me. A parent of an autistic, neurologically injured, epileptic girl from Kenya, who was highly allergic, and poisoned with toxic metals, gave this professor my details. He has started a project introducing Camel’s milk in the northern region of Kenya.