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Now on Sale! The Nemechek Protocol for Autism and Developmental Disorders
July 15, 2017 Patrick Nemechek, D.O.

Dr. Nemechek’s long awaited guide for children with autism and developmental disorders has finally arrived!

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Receive FREE UPDATES (electronic versions only) as Dr. Nemechek adds new chapters and updates covering the management of relapses, prevention, and autonomics dysfunction in children (exact topics may vary).

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  1. Kelsey Emuss 3 months ago

    Dr Nemechek. I have only read only 17% of the book and already know that people WILL LOVE THIS BOOK! The simple way that you explain (with diagrams) the bacterial overgrowth is amazing! This is an easy read and will help many connect the dots further and understand how (and why) your protocol will save kids! Can’t thank you enough!!

  2. Author
    Patrick Nemechek, D.O. 3 months ago

    Thanks Kelsey! I hope people understand it enough to try it on their children.

    It’s deceptively simple and shockingly effective.

    Dr. N

  3. Kristine Nally 3 months ago

    I am halfway through the book! The science is nothing short of amazing, and the book is well organized and well written. Does this autism protocol apply to kids with inattentive ADD and anxiety? Thank you for everything that you do!

  4. Author
    Patrick Nemechek, D.O. 3 months ago

    I’m glad you enjoy the book. My wife Jean puts the polish on my words otherwise you would be reading something similar to a text book in college.!

    Yes, the protocol will specifically help ADD and anxiety. These are both symptoms of low brain blood pressure and oxygen delivery from autonomic dysfunction.

    The autonomic dysfunction comes from cumulative brain injury that I mention in the book.

    Dr. N

  5. Anonymous 2 months ago

    Is this book a guide to work with our kids? I mean, this is the protocol indeed?
    Or is just a panoramic view of the protocol? I ask this because we are from South America and we want to try this!!!

  6. Author
    Patrick Nemechek, D.O. 2 months ago

    This book has specific details about how I treat children with autism, developmental delays as well as cumulative brain injury (ADD, ADHD, chronic depression, post concussion syndrome)

  7. Anonymous 2 months ago

    Hi! This looks very promising. Can you comment on whether any of this relates to the methylation cycle, use of methyl B12 and lowered glutathione? Is there any connection to heavy metals or chelation that many parents find helpful?

    Thank you!

  8. Author
    Patrick Nemechek, D.O. 2 months ago

    I don’t believe those treatments are necessary when using my protocol.

    As a matter of fact, I’ve had many parents comment to me that they had major setbacks after adding these treatments onto the protocol after already seeing significant gains.

    It’s my impression that some providers won’t just let the children improve and leave well enough alone. They seem to need to sell the parents some additional concoction that that can make things worse.

  9. Sejal Shah 2 months ago

    HI Dr N.
    What is your opinion then on MAPS doctors? some children have recovered on their treatments, though it is a lot of things for children to take.

  10. Author
    Patrick Nemechek, D.O. 2 months ago

    Regardless of the characterizing label of the treating provider, I believe most genuinely are trying to their best to help children with autism, developmental disorders, etc.
    These conditions are extremely complex and traditional approaches have shown little interest, benefit or ingenuity in their approach.

    The problem with ‘the biomedical approach’ is trying to understand what exactly helps the children when they are given so many chemical compounds. When reviewing records of a child or an adult, I should be able to discern the strategy being used to treat any particular condition. The body is a machine, and once one understands the physiology as thoroughly as I do it is relatively easy to spot the clinician’s strategy.

    Most of my patients arrive with a sack of expensive supplements that don’t represent a clear treatment strategy for autism from a modern pathophysiological standpoint.

    Many individual supplements are composed of a wide variety of individual ingredients that it amounts to nothing less than a dangerous form of polypharmacy. Add on top of this that it is estimated that 80% of supplements sold are complete fraud leads me to believe that most of it does help at all.

    Some of it is clearly harmful and I have several patients who have added some ‘biomedical’ supplements back after improving on my protocol only to have a dramatic loss in their neurological function.

    I believe most of the clinicians genuinely care about the children they are treating, and are trying to do their best. It’s just the science for most forms of autism, especially regressive autism, is centering around inflammation, microglia dysfunction and bacterial overgrowth If these providers would update their treatment strategies in the same direction, and I believe everyone will be better off.

  11. Majella Frizzell 2 months ago

    Dear Dr Nemechek my daughter on losec since April of this year. Just told she suffers from Rumination si 10mg losec recommend when need to protect teeth.
    Just saw a parent comment that losec causes SIBO, any alternative to it please.

  12. Author
    Patrick Nemechek, D.O. 2 months ago

    Losec is used to treat acid reflux and if the acid reflux is bad enough can cause tooth decay.

    In the children I treat, SIBO is often the cause of reflux. Fortunately The Nemechek Protocol often eliminates the acid reflux altogether.

    All the details on how to implement The Nemechek Protocol can be found in our new e-book available at

    The Nemechek Protocol can help children with autism and developmental disorders. Versions for PDF readers, Kindle, iBooks, Google Play and EPUB readers are now available.

    Most of the versions can even be read on your Chrome or Firefox browser of your computer. Buy your copy today at

    I recommend consulting your physician before implementing the protocol

    Dr. N

  13. Nicole Reyes 2 months ago

    Hello Dr. Nemechek,
    My son is 2.8 year old son is speech delayed, chronic ear infections {although perfect hearing} and enlarged adenoids. We have been on your protocol as a family since June 15 and my son is now expressing himself more than ever and use 2-3 word sentences. He had a general brain fog about him and the protocol just snapped him out of it. However- my question is – the ENT recommended tubes and adenoids removal {he is very nasal when talking and has sinus pressure} and I’m scared to put him under { but I am also scared of more ear infections} – as the protocol is working so well for us and it appears we would need to stop for two weeks before surgery. I was reading in your book that surgery and trauma in general can increase SIBO.. Any advice for young kids that young and going under general? {My son has had ongoing ear and sinus infections since 3months of age – lots of antibiotics – which I think has resulted in SIBO/brain fog/speech delay. other odd behaviors that have vanished since I found your protocol.. Special thanks to Kelsey for her FB group that made it all possible. Big fans here in Minneapolis! {I’m on your protocol for massive anxiety issues – you are amazing!}

  14. Author
    Patrick Nemechek, D.O. 2 months ago

    When on chronic inulin suppression of bacterial overgrowth, anesthesia generally causes only a temporary relapse in symptoms if any at all.

    The inflammatory stress can also cause some symptoms but this generally recovers in a short amount of time in my patients as well.

  15. Majella Frizzell 2 months ago

    Does taking movical daily effect your protocol please?

  16. Author
    Patrick Nemechek, D.O. 2 months ago

    All the details on The Nemechek Protocol can be found in our new e-book available at

    Dr. Nemechek uses The Nemechek Protocol can help children with autism and developmental disorders. Versions for PDF readers, Kindle, iBooks, and Google Play readers are now available.

    Most of the versions can even be read on your Chrome or Firefox browser of your computer. Buy your copy today at

    I recommend consulting your physician before implementing the protocol on your own.

    Dr. N

  17. Paulina 2 months ago

    Hello Dr. Have you ever consider a Spanish book?
    To many families from Latin America are very interesting in this protocol.

  18. Author
    Patrick Nemechek, D.O. 2 months ago

    Yes, we are actively searching for a medical transcription editor to help with the translation.

  19. Lala 2 months ago

    My four year old is on tenex , valtrex and celexa. Is it ok to
    Start you protocol and slowly work with his dr to decrease his med. he has autism and ADHD.

  20. Author
    Patrick Nemechek, D.O. 2 months ago

    I discuss how to handle other prescription medications in my book.

    You may purchase a copy at

  21. Anonymous 1 month ago

    Dear Mr.Nemechek
    I am from Turkey of Europe and have a five-year-old child with autism.
    I have not a well income, and my english is not fluent. So I mean that I can’t afford the 1 hour phone speaking with you. But I can buy the medicines which you recommend for my child , and buy also a book from your shop. I want to send my son’s test results to you. ıf you want any test, I can accomplish them also.
    I will wait your answer.

  22. Author
    Patrick Nemechek, D.O. 1 month ago

    Thank you supporting our efforts by purchasing the book.

    The printed versions has just been released and contains more chapters on how to recognize and manage relapse, an explanation of The Inflammatory-Neurotoxic Spectrum of Autism and my thoughts on possible prevention and vaccination. All electronic versions of the book will receive an link for an update mid-next week.

    In regards to the lab work, I’m sorry but you’ll need to share your lab tests with your local physicians.

  23. Jen 1 month ago

    What is the maximum amount of fish oil that can be given to a 5 year old child? I’ve been trying to get his speech to emerge (nonverbal ASD). So far he makes sounds and a two word approximations, says “ba” for bye “ma” for mom. I have him on 1/2 tsp inulin powder, and I give him Nordic Naturals Omega 3 liquid which contains 1560mg EPA/DHA (500mg of DHA, 745 EPA, 315 Other Omegas) per 5 ml and I’ve upped that to 7.5ml after a few months at 5ml trying to see if his speech would improve. But I am not sure if that is too much for his age? Also haven’t been as consistent with getting the EVOO in since it’s almost like he can taste when I put it onto his food, so not sure if this makes a big difference as well.

  24. Author
    Patrick Nemechek, D.O. 1 month ago

    You can’t forced the pace of recovery.

    As long as behavior, sensory and emotional function are improving you need to just sit tight and do your best to be patients.

    Sometimes speech recovery occurs within the first month and sometimes it might occur in 12 months. It’s impossible for me to predict.

  25. Brooke Hawkins 1 month ago

    I am so thrilled to be purchasing your book! I’ve been following a fantastic Facebook group trying to soak in as much knowledge as possible. We don’t have a clear diagnosis for my son.. that’s it frustration… he’s 4.5 and we’ve had everything from ASD, ADHD, anxiety, OCD… as recently had some testing through NeuroBiologix and he had a number of inflammation genetic markers and also is homozygous for C677T…. basically we’re clueless. Saw a functional medicine doctor who was just wonderful. I truly believe she’s trying to help us BUT we walked out of there with about 12 different supplements. I can’t see this working long term. My son is very verbal, definitely has some receptive and expressive language issues though. The hyperactivity is one I can’t even describe, he’s very impulsive. He can be aggressive at times. We’ve tried so many different things. Do you think your protocol could possibly help us? And also to where we can stop all of the supplements. I’ve seen so many positive, encouraging things from parents. We just aren’t sure what else to try.

  26. Author
    Patrick Nemechek, D.O. 1 month ago

    I think there is a good chance he’ll do well with this protocol.

  27. Heather 1 month ago

    Hello! I watched your you tube video where you recommend Now Foods DHA 500. On the ingredients list it states vitamin E from Soy, which I thought you wanted us to avoid since its high in omega 6. It does list two omega 3’s on the ingredients list though, so I’m confused. Is there a better supplement without the soy? Thank you!

  28. Author
    Patrick Nemechek, D.O. 1 month ago

    I say to avoid the omega-6 fatty acids that are contained in soy oil. I do not say to avoid soy in general or Vitamin E that is derived from soy.

  29. Elizabeth 6 days ago

    Hi Dr Nemechek, I am writing to you from Northern NSW, Australia. If you ever feel to tour Down Under please contact me, I would love to support you with planning, bookings and host you :-).
    My 9 year old son has HF Autism and we have been on your protocol now for about 6 months. He has had excellent gains with his social skills and behaviour management. His sensory issues have reduced somewhat also. I find the protocol very easy as I have tried sooooo many things over the years, many of which have been very difficult to sustain.
    My question is – my son has an insatiable appetite for juice and ice blocks. I keep organic, good quality juice in our fridge for him to take tablets with and he is constantly trying to sneak it, same as I keep little frozen mango and coconut treats in the freezer and he could easily put away 20 per day if I let him (sometimes he has when I have not let him!). He truly is insatiable. He constantly says “Im hungry”! At times I feel it’s all habit but when I quiz him on this he really packs a tantrum and cries and cries saying he will die if he does not get a juice or frozen food. He barely wants to eat any “normal” food, and even when I serve dinner when he is “STARVING” he will only eat a small amount and then go to the freezer for another frozen treat. I know I should just be rid of them, and I will when this latest batch run out, but this has been ongoing his whole life. At times when I stop making them he will then just eat ice – frozen water. When he was a babe and had chronic major gut issues he was literally on my breast 24/7, he would sleep beside me with my boob in his mouth, I am sure it was a comfort for his gut pain to constantly have input. I really do feel his gut issues are much better today, as he is able to tolerate things that used to cause instant projectile vomiting and his stools are better, which makes me wonder if this is just some residual habit thing, however even when he is distracted by friends or playing with me he will still go to the fridge and grab at these items. I wonder if you have an opinion on it that you might kindly share? It is driving me bonka’s! (That’s Aussie for “crazy”)
    All the very best to you and thank you so much for sharing your work. My son’s teacher’s are so impressed with his gains and recommending other mums at school come and speak with me for advice haha 😉 I am sending them all your way. We would love to have you here in Australia.

  30. Anonymous 6 days ago

    i have purchased the ibook but was not able to download it, kindly do i get the book.could it be sent to my email

  31. Author
    Patrick Nemechek, D.O. 5 days ago

    Please send all book purchase/download questions to

  32. Author
    Patrick Nemechek, D.O. 5 days ago

    There are a few mechanisms that can “break” in our physiology, and lead to increased hunger.

    One mechanism is damage to the autonomic nervous system, and results in inadequate delivery of blood and oxygen to the brain. Individuals with this damage can experience intense cravings for salt and sugar, and/or are very thirsty.

    Generally this goes away with time, just hang in there and stay focused on the big picture, and the autonomic issues typically will all resolve.

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