Children

Read more about how the Autonomic System in Children works and how it can be used to effectively treat many common illnesses and improve their daily lives.

Nemechek Autonomic Medicine Autism 2017

Reversing Autism with The Nemechek Protocol – Update 2017

There is growing scientific evidence that an imbalance of intestinal bacteria called SIBO (Small Intestinal Bacterial Overgrowth) along with excessive inflammation within the brain are responsible for the features associated with Autism as well as ADD/ADHD, mood disorders, and developmental delay in children. Bacterial overgrowth occurs when large numbers of bacterial that predominantly live in …

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How I Reverse Autism in Children

For anyone with small children with Autism, this article is my Christmas present to your child. There is growing scientific evidence that an imbalance of intestinal bacteria called SIBO (Small Intestinal Bacterial Overgrowth) is responsible for triggering Autism. Small numbers of bacteria live in the upper, small intestine with larger numbers of bacteria down in …

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Measles Vaccine & Gut Bacteria, a Different Perspective.

To grapple with the issue of whether to vaccinate your child, you should consider 3 things: (1) the need for vaccination, (2) the fear that children may change after a vaccine, and (3) the new explanation that the alteration of the child’s intestinal bacteria, not the vaccine, is the real problem. Today’s youth have grown …

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Concussions and Kids

Did you know that heartburn, anxiousness, irritability, depression and weight gain can be long-term problems set in motion by a simple childhood concussion?   Whether it happened to your child a year ago, or the injury happened to you 20 + years ago, there are some things you should know about the lingering effects of concussion …

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Thin But Constantly Hungry

We often think being thin is the same thing as being “healthy”, but this is not true anymore. Recent studies are showing that skinny people who eat everything in sight yet never gain a pound are at an increased risk of developing cancer, diabetes, fatty liver disease, and heart disease. How can thin people be …

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Kids with Eczema, Heartburn or Headaches

Does your child suffer from eczema, heartburn or headaches? While these conditions have become common in children, they are not normal.  Parents do not realize these symptoms are warning signs that their child is unhealthy.  Advances in medicine have made it is possible to simply “mask” these symptoms with pills; this results in the real …

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Breast Feeding and Low Carb/High Fat Diets

Poor Breast Milk Production May Be A Sign of Inadequate Calorie Intake A friend of mine was asking about the effects of a low carbohydrate diet on breast-feeding.  She was told to increase her carbohydrate intake while breast-feeding in order to maximize breast milk production, and wondered if this is true or just some outdated advice. She’s …

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U.S. Senate Allows Pizza to Remain Classified as a Vegetable

Wow, what would we do without the U.S. Senate? Through all their brilliance, Congress just blocked rules proposed by the USDA  (U.S. Dept of Agriculture) that was targeted to decrease the quantity of starchy foods as well as increase the amounts of vegetables in school meals. Chalk up another victory for ConAgra, Coca-Cola and Del Monte Foods in their …

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Common Link Suggested Between Autism and Diabetes

 A review of the genetic and biochemical abnormalities associated with autism reveals a possible link between the widely diagnosed neurological disorder and Type 2 diabetes, another medical disorder on the rise in recent decades……. Click here to read entire article. From:  Rice University. “Common link suggested between autism and diabetes: Study implicates hyperinsulinemia in increased …

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Daytime Sleepiness Is Associated With an Increased Craving for Carbs Among Teens

Results show that the intensity of self-reported craving for carbohydrates increased in a linear relationship with the severity of subjective daytime sleepiness. The odds of having a strong craving for carbs were 50 percent higher among high school seniors with excessive daytime sleepiness. The rate of depression also was higher among students who had a …

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Don’t Feed Your Kids McDonald’s Strawberry Lemonade

With summer coming on, a cold frosty lemonade from McDonald’s may sound refreshing and evoke some pleasant childhood memories but let me warn you, this is not your Mom’s lemonade. McDonald’s Strawberry Lemonade is just another common example of how the food industry is poisoning our kids with sugar.  Just check out the carb numbers. 24 grams …

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Children Are Developing Adult Onset Diabetes

Children Are Developing Adult Onset Diabetes When diabetes strikes during childhood, it historically has been type 1 diabetes (also known as juvenile-onset diabetes). However, the number of cases of children and adolescents with type 2 diabetes (formerly known as adult-onset diabetes) has been increasing in frequency over the last 20 years. Children and adolescents diagnosed with type 2 diabetes are generally between …

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Mobile Phone Apps

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It’s Time to Worry If Your Child Has Heartburn

Are You Poisoning Your Children? Believe it or not, if your child has heartburn it’s because they are slowly being poisoned by the excessive amounts of carbohydrates in their diet. Their excessive carbohydrate intake is toxic to their nervous system and is directly responsible for increasing incidence of heartburn, fatigue, headaches, abdominal pain and frequent urination. Heartburn, the Most Obvious …

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Low Carbohydrate Treats For Halloween

Poisoning Our Children’s Future The diabetes epidemic is growing so rapidly that presently 1 of every 10 adults in the U.S. has diabetes.  That number is anticipated to grow to 1 of every 3 adults by 2050.  That means that 1/3 of all those beautiful little kids in your child’s classroom, 1/3 of their soccer teammates and …

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High Cholesterol Is A Problem for Kids Too!

A federal health report says 20% of U.S. children and teens have abnormal lipid levels, an indication of too much bad cholesterol, too little good cholesterol or high triglycerides.  These abnormal levels can raise the risk for heart disease which is the leading cause of death in the United States. Reseachers have found that children and …

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