In 1970 a study, Epidemiology of Infantile Autism, was published by Treffert et. al. on autism prevalence in the United States. The autism prevalence rate was less than 1 per 10,000. Within 44 years the prevalence rate of autism has grown to 1 in 68 children according to the CDC. The growing exposure to environmental toxins in our food, water, and air is a large contributor to this autism epidemic.
"These studies suggest increased oxidative stress in autism that may contribute to the development of this disease. A mechanism linking oxidative stress with membrane lipid abnormalities, inflammation, aberrant immune response, impaired energy metabolism and excitotoxicity, leading to clinical symptoms and pathogenesis of autism is proposed" (Chauhan A, Chauhan V, 2006).
Because Vitamin C donates electrons and can be safely used in high doses, it makes an excellent treatment to reverse and prevent autism.
An autism study done by the Department of Psychiatry at the University of Alabama using ascorbic acid showed a significant reduction in symptom severity (Dolsky MC, 1993). With adequate nutrition and high electron flow it is possible to prevent and reverse autism.
Bowel Tolerance doses of Vitamin C. This will detox heavy metals and other toxins. It will also offer a steady flow of electrons to negate oxidative stress.
A B-Complex with extra therapeutic doses of Niacinamide. Start with 1 gram of the B3 and go up as needed, spread out through the day is recommended.
A multi vitamin and mineral for daily dietary needs.
Cut out processed foods, dyes, and sugars.
Go organic to eliminate exposure to environmental toxins.
It is suggested that vaccines cause autism. Because vaccines do cause oxidative stress they can contribute to a child’s development of autism. If you wish to vaccinate your child it is recommended that you use bowel tolerance doses of vitamin c and consider using Liposomal Vitamin C as well. This high electron flow will negate the oxidative stress vaccines cause and also make them more effective.
Chauhan A, Chauhan V, (2006). "Oxidative stress in autism." NYS Institute for Basic Research in Developmental Disabilities, 1050 Forest Hill Road, Staten Island, NY: Pubmed.
Dolske MC, Spollen J, Mckay S, Lancashire E, Tolbert L, (1993). "A preliminary trial of ascorbic acid as supplemental therapy for autism." Department of Psychiatry, University of Alabama at Birmingham: Pubmed.
"No evidence compels the conclusion that the minimum required intake of any vitamin comes close to the optimum intake that sustains good health." - Linus Pauling