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On Sale Now – Nemechek Protocol Tees for Kids

On Sale Now – Nemechek Protocol Tees for Kids
July 2, 2018 Patrick Nemechek, D.O.

The Nemechek Protocol is so simple you can put the instructions on a t-shirt!

Available for purchase – $14.99.  Limited supply.

Help teach others how simple it is to help your child by having them wear this bright 100% cotton tee. (not pre-shrunk)

Comes in Youth Extra Small (YSM), Youth Small (YS), Youth Medium (YM), Youth Large (YL) and Youth Extra Large (YXL).


  1. Natasa Milosevska 3 months ago

    Dr. Nemechek,
    My 9 year old son, last year was diagnosed with Guillain Barre type AMAN and he lost his ability to walk 🙁 He was on IVIG and Prednisolone, without any positive response, and for the last 10 months he is on immunosupressives – Mycophenolate Mophetil. Can we start the protocol while he is on immunosupressives? Is it safe to mix with immunosupressives?

    Thank you in advance.

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

      It should be because it only contains fish oil, olive oil and a fiber found in onions but I would recommend talking with your son’s managing physician.

  2. Simon 4 months ago

    Hi Dr. Nemechek,

    My son, who is 5 1/3 with ASD and is predominantly non verbal, was started on the protocol 2 weeks ago (1/4 teaspoon inulin twice a day, omega 3 and evoo). Now he is displaying anger and possibly pain, passing larger volumes of stool and bursting into tears several times a day.
    Could these reactions be partly as a result of coming off other supplements (vit d, probiotics, methylfolate ….) to embark on the protocol?

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

      Both coming off of supplements and starting to experiencing an awakening.

  3. viktorija aleskeviciute 5 months ago

    Hello Dr Nemechek,
    My 7y old son with autism is on inulin for 2 months .
    He is having pain in his abdominal area ,I tried reducing and going up the dose
    to see if anything changes but the pain is there.
    He is prone to constipation but inulin did not make any changes in his bowels.
    What are your thoughts and suggestions ?Why is he having pain?

    Thank you

    • Author
      Patrick Nemechek, D.O. 5 months ago

      Constipation is a reflection of autonomic dysfunction and not gut bacteria.

      Inulin just reorganizes the gut and the associated diarrhea it triggers.

      The fish oil and olive oil will help the autonomics recover.

    • Viktorija Aleskeviciute 5 months ago

      Dr Nemechek,

      My question was why my son is having pain in his abdomen on inulin?What should I do?
      He has been on it for two months,I tried reducing and then going up but it did not change anything.
      His behaviour is violent but my worry is his constant pain in his abdomen.
      I read some articles that people with IBS would have adverse reaction to inulin.Can you please comment on that.
      Thank you


    • Author
      Patrick Nemechek, D.O. 5 months ago

      If too much inulin is given, bacteria will produce gas within the intestine and can cause cramping.

  4. Carlos Roberto 7 months ago

    Any news about the protocol in Portuguese / Brazil?

    • Author
      Patrick Nemechek, D.O. 7 months ago

      Just received the editing version. Should finish formatting for publication within a week.

  5. Sreyasee Majumdar 8 months ago

    I am starting nemecheck protocol for my 22 month asd son. I have read your book and ut days no unnecessary supplimentation should be done while being on the protocol. A recent lab test revealed that my son has vit D defficiency and his vit D, 25 OH is 24.6 ng/ml. I was wondering if I sould suppliment him with vitamin D while following your protocol or not and if I do how much is the recommended dose?

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

      A vitamin D level of 24.6 is actually referred to as insufficiency (because there is a great deal of disagreement as to whether supplementation is necessary).

      I personally do not start supplementing until levels are substantially below 20.

  6. Andrew 8 months ago

    Dr Nemechek have you had any patients diagnosed with CIRS (Chronic Inflammatory Response Syndrome) heal using your protocol? Thanks.

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

      They should improve dramatically if not fully recover, yes.

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