Category Archives: Treatment
Blog 21 Enzymes
  • May 18, 2012
  • Generation Rescue
  • 0

In my previous articles I gave an overview of the 7 steps I feel are imperative to achieve total body wellness. In this and my following articles I am going to expound upon these 7 steps. Generation Rescue has had the most requests to explain more about nutritional supplements, and have asked me to start […]

gabrielle-autismone.jpg
  • May 14, 2012
  • Generation Rescue
  • 0

It’s been five and a half years since we’ve taken gluten and casein out of my son George’s diet and I have not had a day of regret about choosing to make changes in diet as part of my son’s path. Eating GFCF—and increasing the amount of true healing foods into my son’s diet—has helped […]

Kristin-Selby-Gonzalez.jpg
  • April 24, 2012
  • Generation Rescue
  • 0

When I was pregnant, I read all of the most popular pregnancy books, and I never saw a chapter called: “What to do when your child is diagnosed with autism.” They must have left those chapters out of my books.It would seem that when your child receives a diagnosis of autism, you are suddenly expected […]

  • April 23, 2012
  • Generation Rescue
  • 0

Anxiety is common among individuals with an Autism Spectrum Disorder. Anxiety is normal in small amounts, or during specific events such as exams or starting a new job. However, when the feelings of worry, nervousness, apprehension or uneasiness are strong enough and often enough to prevent an enjoyment of life, or to cause a person […]

  • April 20, 2012
  • Generation Rescue
  • 0

This month I have been asked to address STIMMING behaviors as they relate to Autism.  Stimming is defined as repetitive body movements, formally called Stereotypy. These self-stimulatory repetitive movements of the body can be as simple as a lateral gaze or as obvious as running back and forth or jumping and clapping.  Stimming behaviors can […]

  • April 20, 2012
  • Generation Rescue
  • 0

When  you are ready to start biomedical treatment to heal your child with autism, there are Moms and Dads and doctors and mentors out there with a WEALTH of knowledge and experience.   I am not yet one of them unfortunately!  I am still like you, learning, worrying, hoping.  I have joined the club of Mother […]

  • April 11, 2012
  • Generation Rescue
  • 0

Hi Friends! I’m so sorry for the long absence, forgive me. It’s been a busy month (when is it not?). I’ve missed you, how are you doing? Lots have been happening here, I’ll try to fill you in…Mei and Min Min had coughs and colds but they were pretty mild. Some kids at school came […]

  • April 6, 2012
  • Generation Rescue
  • 0

I have always loved cooking for my family.   Cooking together is a bonding time full of traditions, so changing the routines that are so woven into the fiber of my family is emotional for me.  I quickly realized that my son’s Autism diagnosis has changed so many aspects of what I used to consider essential […]

  • March 20, 2012
  • Generation Rescue
  • 0

Uncover the Similarities Between You and Your Child There is a lot of talk about autism and genetics versus the environment. I’m not a doctor, but I think many parents think both may be involved. It’s sort of like if you have a family history of type 2 diabetes, but you exercise, eat properly and […]

Bio-Ray.jpg
  • March 20, 2012
  • Generation Rescue
  • 0

BioRay is proud to partner with Generation Rescue to conduct a new intervention study to determine the effectiveness of BioRay’s liver restorative product Liver Life in the decrease of food sensitivities in immune and neuro-compromised children. We would like to invite you to join our study.  You may be selected to participate if you meet […]