Thursday, January 4, 2024 10:30-11:30am ET: Community Q&A Call

In this Community Q&A call, we talked about:

One mom’s 8-year-old son has been on the low-glutamate diet for six weeks. He is incredibly impulsive, and it’s hard to ensure that he’s compliant. He’s had moments of clarity on the diet, but when he eats dairy, his nose gets stuffy.

Another mom wants to know about what to do for remineralization of son’s teeth. He has Asperger’s, complex developmental trauma and PANDAS.

Another mom’s twin 3-year-old daughters are healing from autism. She also has sons who are 25, 23 and 19. Her motto and advice to the first mom is “keep them alive until 25” because that’s when they begin to take charge of their health. Having a dog really helped her boys. Both girls will be getting an ALF device from James Bronson to help with mouth-breathing. The family traveled during the holidays and now have a go bag and even bring a cooler of food with them through the airport. Her top tips for a go bag:

  • EMF blockers
  • Homeopathic tool kit
  • Let fever ride its course
  • Supplements
  • Be mindful of where you stay; don’t stay near golf courses because of pesticide spraying. Stay in places with stone or wood floors, not carpet.
  • Bring your own laundry detergent.
  • Staying closer to sand is better because of less mold.
  • Seek out things that boost health such as going outside without sun block (but staying out of the sun between 10:30am and 3:15pm), using a saltwater pool, getting out and moving.
  • Stop seeking solutions. Stay the course and be patient.

Another mom wants tips for people who rent homes with old carpet and musty bathrooms.

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