The titles suggested pseudoscientific methods such as ingesting and bathing in a potentially toxic form of bleach and taking medication meant to treat arsenic and lead poisoning.
Tom: Anything that does not have mainstream medical (read big pHarma) approval is “psuedo-dcientific”, even if it works!
Debi Leeper posted on Facebook:
So many parents in health groups I’m in are curing or mostly reversing it.
The first case I read about years ago, the mum’s son went from being in nappies, no eye contact, serious meltdowns, head banging and more, to being in regular school. Apparently he was still technically on the spectrum however people generally couldn’t pick it. I think he was between 9 & 12yrs.
Time to set up recovery groups in other social media platforms! Facebook has been removing natural life pages for a while.