Improving the Symptoms of Autism is possible


Can autism be cured? In many cases, symptoms can improve considerably following certain guidelines that we will explore below. There is a distinction between children who exhibit autistic symptoms from birth and those who undergo normal development but begin to display signs of deterioration in behavior later, typically around 15 to 18 months of age. Sometimes, this coincides with the administration of certain vaccines. In the latter case, there are ample possibilities to reverse the condition. Certain factors exacerbate the disorder, such as heavy metals (like mercury), antibiotics, certain foods, and vaccines containing thimerosal. Vaccines contain pathogenic components that accumulate in the body, which is unable to detoxify them, thus affecting the neurological functioning of the child. The bodies of children with autism are weakened, often experiencing metabolic and nutrient assimilation issues, rendering them unable to effectively detoxify neurotoxins. Scientific evidence indicates that intestinal dysfunctions are linked to mental disorders. Therefore, a compromised state of the intestines has a significant impact on brain chemistry and, consequently, behavior. To alleviate the symptoms of autism, deficiencies in vitamins, minerals, amino acids, and metabolic issues must be addressed. How can this be achieved?

Including in the diet:

  • Multivitamins
  • Digestive enzymes
  • Probiotics, particularly Lactobacillus plantarum

Eliminating from the diet:

  • Gluten (found in wheat, oats, barley, rye, and spelt)
  • Casein (found in milk, yogurt, and cheese)
  • Sweeteners (such as sugar, honey, and syrups)
  • Yeast
  • Chemical additives
  • Foods that the child struggles to digest effectively

Foods to incorporate into the diet and as substitutes for gluten, milk, etc.:

  • Almond, rice, and coconut milk
  • Sugar-free yogurt
  • Kefir
  • A wide variety of fruits and vegetables
  • Quinoa, buckwheat, wild and whole-grain rice, millet
  • Dehydrated fruits, which can serve as a natural sweetener

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