Autism in The Non-Vaccinated
The younger the baby at first vaccinations, the greater the chances of autism.
A US government whistleblower revealed that researchers at the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) have known for many years that vaccines cause autism but hid the information from the public. Also, the younger the baby at first vaccinations, the greater the chances of autism. The US government has finally admitted that vaccines cause autism in the Department of Justice “Vaccine Court.” However, there are also cases of children with autism and similar symptoms who were not vaccinated. How can there be autism in the non-vaccinated? (1)
Nearly all disease is multi-factorial
This means that many factors can go into its cause. For example, although a population of children may be exposed to the same vaccine toxins, children may have different abilities to rid their body of toxins or detoxify. Some children can remove the lead and other toxic chemicals better than others. But there’s another source of toxicity – the mother.
From their mother?
Newborns receive toxins from their mother before birth. Analysis of a pregnant woman’s blood and her umbilical cord blood shows that mothers detoxify through their babies. Depending on how toxic she may be from a lifetime of exposure to vaccines, heavy metals, herbicides, pesticides and pollution of all kinds, her baby will receive more or less toxins.
For that reason, it is essential that all women who are considering getting pregnant be tested for toxicity and if necessary begin a detoxification program. The baby will thank you.
In addition, giving a child TylenolT (especially after vaccination) and/or antibiotics as well as exposure to other toxins can weaken a child’s ability to detoxify. Intestinal problems are one symptom:
Autism is primarily a disorder of the brain, but research suggests that as many as nine out of 10 individuals with the condition also suffer from gastrointestinal problems such as inflammatory bowel disease and ‘leaky gut’. Restoring proper microbial balance could alleviate some of the disorder’s behavioral symptoms. (1)
Natasha Campbell-McBride, MD discovered that nearly all mothers of autistic children have abnormal gut flora (newborns inherit their gut flora from their mothers). Damaged gut flora weakens the immune system, causing toxins to leak into the brain leading to:
- attention deficit disorder (ADD)
- obsessive-compulsive disorder
- other conditions
Dr. McBride developed the Gut and Psychology Syndrome (GAPS) program to heal the gut lining, improve detoxification, balance body chemistry and even reverse autism. She found that fermented foods help brain health by improving intestinal health. For information on GAPS go to www.westonaprice.org.
Fermented foods may be particularly relevant to the emerging research linking traditional dietary practices and positive mental health … may mitigate inflammation and oxidative stress may be controlled … may also influence brain health. (2)
- Moyer MW. Gut bacteria may play a role in autism. Scientific American. August 14, 2014;25(5).
- Selhub EM, Logan AC, Bested AC. Fermented foods, microbiota, and mental health: ancient practice meets nutritional psychiatry. J Physiol Anthropol. 2014;33(1):2.
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