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TELLIN PEOPLE THEY DONT NEED A DNA PANEL OR TESTING?! SERIOUSLY?! AND GIVING PEOPLE WRONG INFORMATION THAT COULD STEER THEM AWAY FROM SOMETHING THAT COULD POTENTIALLY CHANGE THEIR ENTIRE LIFE OR EVEN SAVE THEIR LIFE! IT DOESNT COST HUNDREDS OF DOLLARS PER MONTH AND THE CHOICE OF COW THEIR DAIRY CAME FROM ISNT GOING TO STRAIGHTEN OUT THEIR METHYL CYCLE! Im pretty sure snp’s and heavy metals are miles in front of gluten/casein as far as putting a crunch on the methyl cycle. Im also pretty sure that there are alot of people up and out of bed now living at least somewhat normal lives or are free of whatever disease/symptoms they suffered from with a methylation protocol who paid no attention at all to their dietary income of those or their ph level. And show me ONE person that has beat true chronic fatigue syndrome or autism with ph balancing. Cmon man, really? Do you even know what you’re saying when you say “heal the whole frickin’ cycle”? Anyone who knows anything about this would call that an extremely naive statement. I dont care who’s mouth it came out of, its flat out wrong. Its not alternative, its wrong.
The way the whole Yasko program works, which is bringing around thousands of austic kids, is parents and patients get fully up to speed and then they make the recommendations and help out the newbies, and most of them arent nearly as studied as I am and I’ve helped more people, most of whom in alot worse shape than anyone here probably, than I could count. Ive read HUNDREDS of articles and studies from leading researchers & doctors and scrolled through hundreds of peoples threads and histories on places like yasko’s forum and phoenix rising in order to get a sound idea as to exactly how people react to things. So, ya, I think I qualify to be able to say something. I dont think many doctors have gone that far. And im pretty sure i’ve made it clear to not start a protocol, no matter who’s it is, without the supervision of a doctor.
Im sorry but I take this very seriously.