The Importance of Gastrointestinal Care

October 10, 2012

A few weeks ago, I returned from my son’s annual in-office visit with Dr. Arthur Krigsman.  It was quite an…

Dr. Steven Rondeau

September 19, 2012

We enjoy participating in programs that support helping families who need our care. Even within our small community in Northern…

Grant Physician Spotlight – Dr. Berger

August 29, 2012

“I was so happy to learn about the grant program that Generation Rescue had put together. While I have always…

Helping Your Family and Friends Understand Biomedical Treatment for Autism

August 29, 2012

When we first started treating Anthony via biomedical intervention, my friends and family were skeptical.  Actually, I was pretty skeptical…

"Why I Participate in the Rescue Family Grant Program" – Dr. Koren Barrett

August 27, 2012

“I have been caring for children affected by autism for many years and have been consistently touched by their families’…

Understanding a “Detox Reaction”

August 14, 2012

“Why do my child’s symptoms get worse instead of better? Does the product really work?” If your child is experiencing…

Untangling the Knots of Autism

July 12, 2012

Recently, I finished reading Dr. Martha Herbert’s book “The Autism Revolution.” What I really loved about that book is that…

Healing the Gut – The Cornerstone of Bio-Medical Treatment for ASD

June 26, 2012

A healthy digestive tract provides a finely tuned barrier between the intestines and our blood stream. It allows proper nutrients…

21 Benefits of Enzymes and Why You Need Them

May 18, 2012

In my previous articles I gave an overview of the 7 steps I feel are imperative to achieve total body…

Sustaining Your GFCF Commitment

May 14, 2012

It’s been five and a half years since we’ve taken gluten and casein out of my son George’s diet and…

Enzymes and Autism

April 24, 2012

When I was pregnant, I read all of the most popular pregnancy books, and I never saw a chapter called:…

Autism, Anxiety & Adrenal Glands

April 23, 2012

Anxiety is common among individuals with an Autism Spectrum Disorder. Anxiety is normal in small amounts, or during specific events…

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