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Healing and Preventing Autism: A Complete Guide Paperback – March 30, 2010
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In addition to her work in the world of healing and preventing autism, she is the co-creator, with practicing speech/language pathologist Sarah Clifford Scheflen, of Teach2Talk, a series of DVDs for children.
Born in Chicago, McCarthy currently resides in Los Angeles, California, with her son, Evan. You can follow her on Twitter @JennyMcCarthy.
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These conditions include frequent ear infections, immune system dysfunction, allergies, candida, digestive disturbances, seizures, rashes, obsessions, anxiety, and aggression, among other symptoms. Kartzinel hypothesizes that these conditions may in fact "coexist" as part of the same disease state as autism, and may in fact not be distinguished from autism. He theorizes that massive "toxic insult" brought on by exposure to vaccines and environmental toxins is the main catalyst that triggers the onset of autism.Read more ›
I wish I would have known about and read this book prior to getting pregnant, and I would have avoided so much! I actually buy this book in packs of 5ea at a time, to give to my friends, family, especially if they have children on the spectrum.
My son was completely non-verbal and diagnosed at 2 1/2 with autism, with bio-medical treatment, he has now caught up to his age in speech, and I am hopeful for complete healing very soon.
Children on the spectrum are trapped inside their own bodies, they need our help to be themselves. Without bio-medical treatment, they can't be themselves.
We would all like easy clear answers for autism. The medical field is definitely lacking clear treatment options for people with autism. What really aggravates me about this book is the strong opinions stated without credible research or evidence to back up their opinions. I would not be surprised after research comes out that some of the opinions in this book detrimental, a waste of time, and resources. We all need to push the envelope and look outside the box for answers. Jenny has approached this problem unconventionally and shared some of her insights. Please don't be fooled that this book is a complete guide. How can it be a complete guide with so much research going on?
If you want to read this book for an alternative perspective go ahead but keep a pound of salt next to you while you read.
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This book is complete garbage. The "research" and recommendations contained in this book are worthless at best or damaging at worst. Read morePublished 7 days ago by J
Jen gets fired up and injects her opinions into her questions but i understand why. Big pharma is crippling our children for profit.Published 3 months ago by kevin 'doc' holiday
What kind of piece of s*** would spread lies like this to parents, give them hope when they need actual help? Get your facts straight people!Published 6 months ago by sandra castellon
Thank you to Jenny McCarthy for bringing such awareness to unconventional treatments for Autism and for Dr. Read morePublished 7 months ago by C. Norwood
This book is a farse! There is no way that any of these things work and she is not a doctor. We should not be taking any advice about autism from a former playmate that can't come... Read morePublished 8 months ago by Raquel M.
This book would be a really great read if it took ANY actual science into account. But alas, it doesn't. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Corey Hammac