Holistic Health Journal;55840 wrote: I don’t know the success rate he has, but I think it’s high because he was invited to be a speaker at the Jenny McCarthy autism conference (don’t know the exact name if it.) Autism is one of his specialties, and he wrote a book on it: http://www.thewellnesswaystore.com/img/cms/autism-game-plan-book.pdf
This is why I’ve decided to trust his recommendations for me.
You should ask him what his success rate is the next time you see him. Also, you should ask him what he defines a “success” as.
If he tells that you he has recovered autistic kids to the point where a special diet is no longer necessary, that they can eat the typical junk food diet most Americans eat and not feel any worse than the average person, then I would tell you to follow his protocol. That could very well be your doctor. To get a better idea of where I’m coming from, I’m operating under the assumption that most doctors don’t really know how to treat this.
Ask him if he’s familiar with the works of Amy Yasko, Ben Lynch, and Andrew Cutler. Is he familiar with genetic testing and the methylation cycle? Is he familiar with frequent, low-dose chelation? These are the questions I would ask him if I were you. If he’s familiar with the above then you and I are in agreement regarding his quality.
Also, I sent a message to your YouTube channel. Should be in your inbox.