I have been working with a 17 year old young man who has Asperger syndrome for approximately 4 months.    Here is his story of transformation as shared by his mother  (Asperger syndrome is an autism spectrum  disorder that is characterized by significant difficulties in social interaction and nonverbal communication, alongside restricted and repetitive patterns of behavior and interests. It differs from other autism spectrum disorders by its relative preservation of linguistic and cognitive development. Although not required for diagnosis, physical clumsiness and  peculiar or odd use of language are frequently reported).  In this young man’s case there was social awkwardness and fits of rage.  We determined that David  had heavy metals, strep antibodies, and significant glucose, glucagon and insulin imbalances. These were all corrected and the transformation ensued.

“Teri,
I just wanted to let you know that teachers are saying they can’t believe this is the same student from last year. He is calmer, less prone to outbursts and his is anger is gone. I see it at home where he doesn’t get frustrated to the point of blowing up anymore. The calmness in my house is amazing. David feels so much better about himself that he is actually considering going away to college (not sure we are there yet but I can for the first time see where that might be possible). And if you want to use him for your research, we are willing. So in the spirit of Thanksgiving, I am so thankful for your expertise and knowledge.

Thank you Teri “

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