11/03/2008

My Premilinary Search Revealed...


Alexander Rodchenko
Portrait of My Mother, Olga Rodchenko
Moscow, 1924



I went ahead and scanned in the preliminary articles that I found at the library while searching for information linking a gluten free diet with a decreased chance at exposing your unborn child to Autism, and although I didn't find what I was looking for, the abstracts are interesting nonetheless.

The first, titled "The Case for Neuroimmunology," I found to be the most enlightening. It very clearly delineates how each body system is affected when one system is not functioning properly. When the intestines are out of sync, the nervous system and thus the immune systems are heavily taxed, "a distant autoimmune effect on the thyroid gland, joints, cerebellum, myelin sheaths (the protective coating over our nerve fibers), etc..."

What I enjoyed most about this one was the fact that medical professionals are finally realizing they have got to educate themselves so they can better help us, their patients...







The second article I uncovered was a series of 'short' articles and is aptly named, "Shorts." Each article was informative, "A 2003 study that screened 13,000 people found the incidence of celiac to be one in 133 Americans, similar to the incidence in many European countries = 1% of the population has celiac," and even a little bit shocking...go on, see for yourself...

In short, the government and pharmaceutical companies have known SINCE THE 1930'S(!!!!) of thimerosal's toxicity and still used it as a preservative in our nation's vaccines. Thimerosal has been proven to be the cause of delayed developmental disorders, including autism...






John M. Lund
Heads in the Sand
www.photopia@best.com

2 comments:

Dana Wax said...

This is fantastically interesting. My neurologist believes that I have a strange, rare case of what he calls "full body celiac", or rather celiac disease that's effected multiple body systems. Thank you so much for posting this article, it was a great read for me. Where did you find it?

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