Posted by DRR
on May 28, 2000 at 21:42:44:
In Reply to: Fecal smearing which deficiency causes this? posted by margaret on May 28, 2000 at 18:52:23:
excerpt from the site....
"Turning Lead into Gold" Nancy Hallaway RN and Zigurts Strauts MD
The book tells you where the heavy toxic metals are likely to have come from, how to avoid excessive exposures in the future and how to get toxic metals out of your child's brain and body.
They believe the lead and other heavy metals status should be determined prior to the initial diagnosis of a child who presents with severe ADHD, autism, language delay and collective symptoms such as colic, diarrhoea, poor appetite, anxiety and pica (eating of non-foods)
We are advised that blood testing is not a good measure of chronic lead toxicity. It is a poor indicator of the long term chronic body burden of lead, showing recent exposure only.
Children with neurological damage are subject to CHRONIC toxicity, not acute toxicity!
We can't afford to be complacant. "Little people eventually become big people.
Metal - toxic children do not develop mentally, socially, physically into skilled functioning adults. Instead of contributing to society, they need society to support them. What is and what will be the social and economic cost of "poisoned" generations?
After 18 months of deleading their body tissues, the twins are progressng extremely well. They are no longer ADHD and out of 14 classic autistic signs that they once had, 12 have completely gone. The remaining 2 are hardly noticeable.
They no longer need medication, their appetites have improved, and they now have excellent eye contact. They are happy and playful most of the time and "fecal smearing" a thing of the past.