Wjedz na ta strone i poczytaj co Doman proponuje na to. Strona jest
po ang. ale Instytut Domana ma tez letnie kursy w Europie.
Po pierwsze - zmien jej diete (bez glutenu, kazeiny) i zacznij z nia
pracowac. Gdzies czytalam ze objawy autyzmu sa podobne do zatrucia
metalami ciezkimi. Wiele rodzicow sadzi ze to po szczepionkach do
ktorych dodawano rtec. Niektorzy z nich zastosowali terapie usuwania
metali ciezkich z organzimu (w POlsce tez to robia) i twierdza ze
objawy cofnely sie!! Poczytaj o tym ponizej.
Based on the speculation that heavy metal poisoning may trigger the
symptoms of autism, some parents have turned to alternative medicine
practitioners who provide chelation therapy. However, the only
evidence to support this belief is anecdotal. There is strong
epidemiological evidence that refutes links between environmental
triggers, in particular thimerosal-containing vaccines and the onset
of autistic symptoms. No scientific data supports the claim that the
mercury in the vaccine preservative thiomersal causes autism or
its symptoms, and there is no scientific support for chelation
therapy as a treatment for autism.
The hypothesis of mercury poisoning as a cause for autism was
proposed by Bernard, Enayati, Roger, Binstock, and Redwood in 2002
. These authors stated that symptoms of autism arise from
exposure to mercury. They further state that symptoms of autism tend
to emerge when children are administered vaccines, the rise in
children with autism in the 1990’s coincided with the introduction
of two mercury-containing immunizations, and finally, patients with
autism have been found to have levels of mercury in their systems
. An important problem with this theory is the fact that the
symptoms of autism do not perfectly resemble symptoms of mercury
poisoning. Though mercury poisoning can cause impaired social
interactions, communication problems, and stereotypic behaviors,
as seen in autism, it also causes “ataxia, constricted visual
fields, peripheral neuropathy, hypertension, skin eruption, and
thrombocytopenia” - symptoms not seen in children with autism.
Thimerosal, the mercury-containing preservative found in vaccines,
has been removed from nearly all childhood immunizations. In one
state study, however, the Caifornia Department of Developmental
Services found that the prevalence of autism increased from January
1995 to March 2007, concluding that exposure to thimerosal does not
lead to autism. Nevertheless, caregivers of children with autism
have sought out treatment to rid mercury and other heavy metals from
the body, in a process known as chelation.
Chelation therapy was used by the British after World War II to
remove arsenic, lead, and other metals created by the during the war
due to lack of materials. Patients’ conditions improved as these
metals were removed from their bodies. Today, chelation therapy
is used to rid the body of toxic metals such as lead and mercury.
Doctors should take a blood test to assess current kidney and liver
function, nutrient status, and blood-lipid levels before chelation
therapy begins. A gluten-free, casein-free (GFCF) diet and
supplemental changes, including shots of vitamin B12, may be used.
Treatment may be applied to the skin via a transdermal patch.
Another treatment is administered intravenously, a process that
takes 2-3 hours, costs about $100 per treatment, and 20-30
treatments are often required.
Some common chelating agents are EDTA (ethylenediaminetetraacetic
acid), DMSA (sodium 2,3 dimercaptopropane-1 sulfate), TTFD (thiamine
tetrahydrofurfuryl disulfide), and DMPS (2,3 dimercaptosuccinic
acid). EDTA and DMSA are only approved for the removal of lead by
the Food and Drug Administration while DMPS and TTFD are not
approved by the FDA. These drugs bind to heavy metals in the body
and prevent them from binding to other agents. They are then
excreted from the body. The chelating process also removes vital
nutrients such as vitamins C and E, therefore these must be
Some parents of children with autism have reported significant gains
in their children’s symptoms following chelation therapy. They
contend that within weeks of the initial treatment, their children
have made drastic improvements in behavior and social engagement.
Younger children have reportedly made faster and more significant
results. However, other parents have stated that chelation
therapies made no difference in their children’s developmental
There are significant risks associated with the use of chelation for
the treatments of autism. The deaths of two children were reported
due to hypocalemia and cardiac arrest after receiving chelation
therapy. Long-term use of the chelating agent SMSA can cause
liver damage, zinc deficiency, and bone marrow suppression.
Mineral deficiencies, cardiovascular effects (blood pressure drop),
kidney problems, and the possibility of distributing mercury
throughout the body may also occur. However, using a combination of
chelators, supplements, diet changes, and regular lab tests can
reportedly reduce the risk of side effects.
Because of the lack of empirical support in controlled studies and
the possibility of dangerous side effects, chelation therapy for the
treatment of autism is not recommended. The most effective known
interventions for children with autism are educational and