Biomedical Treatment For Autism Success Stories For Parents

Hi, my name is Larry Cook and I’ve done a
little research into the entire autism situation. I want to give parents some hope that if you
have a child who’s been diagnosed with autism, there is opportunity for that child to improve
or evenly fully recover if you do biomedical treatment, biomedical intervention, and perhaps
some other therapies as well. Let me first say that children who have autism often have
several different problems happening simultaneously. One of those problems oftentimes is an inability
to detoxify. They may have heavy metal toxicity, environmental toxicity, some sort of toxicity,
and they can’t get rid of it. That’s oftentimes a major, major problem. Another problem is
that they often have gut issues. They have lesions inside their intestines, inside their
stomach, inside the entire gut area. They can’t digest their food very well. There’s
usually some sort of a gut issue going on. Finally, a major issue that happens in almost
… in fact is happening in all autistic kids is sensory overload. It’s a sensory overload
issue. You know this because if there’s too much noise going on, they’re pulling on their
ears. They may not be chewing their food because it’s too loud on their vestibular, or their
jaw area. The vestibular system regulates higher functioning in the neurological processing
system. There’s all kinds of different things happening simultaneously that are causing
these outward symptoms. One way to address those causes is to do treatment that treats
those individual causes. That kind of treatment is called biomedical treatment, for lack of
any other phrase that they’ve come up with. That’s the phrase that’s been adopted. Biomedical
treatment might include chelation therapy, which means pulling out the heavy metals,
or doing B12 shots and injections, and glutathione injections, which help the detoxification
pathways actually work. There might be some antifungal medication given to combat the
fungus that’s inside the intestinal system. There’s all kinds of different therapies that
can be used or utilized that help repair the body. As the body begins to repair itself,
as its being treated, guess what? The symptoms of autism start to go away. That’s to greater
or lesser degrees depending upon how severe it was, depending upon what kind of treatment
was used. There’s lots and lots and lots of variables. But the purpose of this video,
the reason why I’m making it right now, is to give you, the parent, some hope, and also
some starting point. If you click the description in this video and you look inside there, you
will some resources that I give you that you can click on and go over and begin these different
treatments. The other reason why I wanted to make this video is I’ve actually interviewed
four different parents who have had success with biomedical treatment for their autistic
children. These videos that you see now are three parents who shared with me their story
about what happened after they put their child through biomedical treatment for autism. The
top video, Holly, that is one of my most popular videos on YouTube. I have over 375 videos
and that is one of my most popular videos, and has remained that way for this entire
year. Holly talks about how she fully recovered her child using biomedical treatment. I highly
recommend watching that video. The next video is of Becky. She says that her child was about
75% recovered, 75% improvement after she began biomedical treatment. The last video of Wren,
maybe 50% or so. She says that there’s marked improvement but there’s still some ways to
go. The reason why I’m sharing these videos with you is to give you hope. I recommend
watching all three. Every child is different; your child is different; their children are
different. The takeaway from this video is don’t wait; start. Use the resources in
the description of my video here. Pick a doctor, start doing biomedical treatment, do the other
recommendations that you can find at Talk About Curing Autism or Generation Rescue.
Put your child on their gluten free-casein free diet, and start working on a plan that’s
going to help your child do better. That’s it for now. If you like this video please
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my channel. Until next time, and thank you for watching.