Thursday, September 9, 2010

Autism Is Reversible!

"AUTISM YESTERDAY" Autism is Reversible from JB Handley on 25 minute  Vimeo.

What causes autism:


Do Toxins Cause Autism?

"Autism was first identified in 1943 in an obscure medical journal. Since then it has become a frighteningly common affliction, with the Centers for Disease Control reporting recently that autism disorders now affect almost 1 percent of children……

“There are diseases that are increasing in the population that we have no known cause for,” said Alan M. Goldberg, a professor of toxicology at the Bloomberg School of Public Health at Johns Hopkins University. “Breast cancer, prostate cancer, autism are three examples. The potential is for these diseases to be on the rise because of chemicals in the environment.”

The precautionary principle suggests that we should be wary of personal products like fragrances unless they are marked phthalate-free.
And it makes sense — particularly for children and pregnant women — to avoid most plastics marked at the bottom as 3, 6 and 7 because they are the ones associated with potentially harmful toxins."

"People have the misconception that we want to eliminate vaccines. Please understand that we are not an antivaccine group. We are demanding safe vaccines. We want to reduce the schedule and reduce the toxins. "
"I made a deal with God, the day Evan was diagnosed with autism, I said if you show me the way, God, and show me how to heal my boy, I will continue to teach the world how I did it. And within one year of that kind of conversation with God, Evan was undiagnosed with autism.....autism is treatable and preventable." - Jenny McCarthy
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____________________ National Vaccine Information Center.

If you have, or know of an autistic child there is hope.


Ray and I worked on Pugsy's roof.  It looks so much better. 
I didn't want to take any pictures until we get the MaxxAir and luggage rack replaced.
Over the years the old paint had worn/washed off, and it was down to a beige looking base.  As it had been painted before, that is what we used to bring it back to it's original state.  Being one piece fiberglass there wasn't any need to use a sealer, as it can't leak.  Fortunately, I already had a gallon of exterior paint, the right almond color, that I had bought from the 'miss-mixed' department at Lowe's years ago.  Trying to use up all the materials around here!
We took a chance as there was a 20% chance of showers, but we had faith, and it didn't rain today.

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