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Autism and Inflammatory Triggers

Posted by on May. 2, 2012 at 1:37 PM
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Every autistic patient that has been seen in the past twelve years has two things in common: toxic accumulation accompanied by immune interference with metabolites in the detoxification pathways along with metabolic immune, toxic immune and food related immune sensitivities. What are the key immune triggers? Toxic accumulation from the inability to break down and digest food, the inability to excrete microbial metabolites and the inability to excrete other toxins such as adjuvants (immune stimulants) in vaccines such as thimerosal and aluminum, all trigger immune activation. What does this mean exactly to your child?

If at any point in time the child is unable to adequately eliminate the heavy metal adjuvant toxins from vaccines, or the heavy metal exposure he/she receives in breast milk, then it will begin to accumulate in the child. When it reaches a certain threshold, the immune system will begin to remember it and for that toxin, that immune “recognition” interferes with the body’s ability to methylate and thereby process and excrete that toxin.

Many breast-feeding woman have mouths full of mercury fillings beyond the published safety guidelines for childbearing women. The body will attempt to excrete toxins in breast milk to the child’s detriment. Chlorella taken during pregnancy and while breastfeeding will not affect the breast milk and help the child to process the heavy metal contaminants in breast milk. Adding the toxic load of toxic breast milk and metals from vaccines can too much for some children, especially when the vaccination schedules have drastically increased when compared to the schedule when the parents were children themselves and you take into account genetic limitations that hinder one’s methylation ability such as the MTHFR and the COMT defects.  Please read more in details here

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