Let me just say this from the start of this blog, I did not have to read this book to already know what is causing autism because it has been smacking us in the face for many many years. If it smells like poo, looks like poo, and feels like poo, than it is poo.
I will also say this, if I had to do it all over again, I would have asked my mom from the womb to keep vaccinations out of my body and I would have kept vaccinations out of my kid's bodies once I became a mother myself 19 years ago, I just didn't know until about 15 years ago.
There, I said it.
Now, is that to say that vaccinations are the only cause of autism, ADHD, and many other diagnosis, no, actually it is not the only cause, but it is a big huge cause and its time we adopt a brand new way of thinking. A new way of thinking that the vaccination trade off IS NOT WORTH IT, as it seems we are swapping a very minor reduction in a few acute illnesses for an epidemic in lifelong chronic illnesses, including autism, and yes, autism is now an epidemic.
Mr. Handley's book was written from a parent of an autistic child for other parents and was written very very well as this man did his research! What I mean by this is, the man brings to light all of the science that often goes unpublished because of the amount of money it takes to advertise it plus losing your butt over blowing a big ugly whistle (read the book and this will make sense), which clearly points a finger at vaccinations as a cause of autism. If you don't believe me, get his book and you will see the pages and pages of scientific proof. Its all there in black and white.
In his book, he has two distinct graphs that speak volumes if only you will look and think about the gravity of what you are looking at. The first one is the graph pointing out that back in 1970, when babies only got about 3 vaccinations, autism was at 1 in 10,000. Fast forward to today, when a baby is know to have up to 38 vaccinations and you will see that autism is 1 in 36 now. The other graph shows a jaw dropping linear increase in the number of vaccinations that babies are getting and the number of kids with autism.
The ingredients in the vaccinations causing many of the issues are aluminum and thirmerosal aka ethylmercury, which wreak havoc on our bodies and brains. Read the book to see why, its alarming.
Austism can also happen in the womb if a mom gets sick during a critical part of the baby's brain development. There are a few other ways but I'll keep it simple for now so I can urge you to read this book and when you do, question everything you think you know about your baby's medical journey.
The trick in all this is the fact that vaccinations are a $20+ billion industry and folks don't like to be seperated from there money but I say this to them, "You are messing with human children who have their whole life ahead of them, but you've altered it in a way to where it will never be the fullness that it could have been. In the process, you have thrown the parents under the bus who will struggle in caring for what you have ruined. Shame on you!"
Now, I realize that the initial intent of vaccinations was to help but now that the cat is out of the bag and it is hurting more than it is helping, step up and make changes.
I cannot tell you how many parents and kids that I have worked with over the last 27 years that say this to me, "He/she was developing just fine and then after his/her vaccinations EVERYTHING changed."
Again, if it smells like poo, looks like poo, and feels like poo, than it is indeed just that, poo.
Read this book, I promise you that it is eye opening and you will agree that change is long overdue!
Safe Summer Fun: Teach Your Children to Observe Water Safety Precautions If there’s one summer activity that kids look forward to, it’s strapping on the swimsuit and splashing around in the nearest pool, lake, or pond with friends. It’s a beloved ritual of summer for kids of all ages, but enjoying the water means knowing how to stay safe. Approximately 1,000 children die each year by drowning, with most accidents taking place in home swimming pools. Drowning is also the second-leading cause of death for individuals between the ages of 5 and 24. So, before you get the pool noodles and floating rafts ready to go, make sure your kids understand the basics of swimming safety. The Essentials Children over 4 years old should learn how to swim, so look for a nearby recreation center, public pool, or individual instructor who can give lessons. It’s one of the most important safety precautions you, as a parent, can take. Even when your child has his swimming merit badge, don’t assume that you can turn him loose in the deep end of the pool and go work on your tan. Children, even those who can swim, can drown in just two inches of water, so keep an eye on what’s going on in the water. Crampingand hypothermia are dangers that can pop up unexpectedly, even under favorable conditions. Water Safety Devices Children under five should always wear protective swimming devices, such as a flotation vest or inflatable “floaties” or water wings they can wear around their wrists. However, be advised that such safety aids are not, by themselves, adequate protection. Water temperature is another safety factor that parents should pay close attention to; water under 70 degrees is generally considered too cold for comfortable swimming. The optimal range is from 80 to 86 degrees Fahrenheit.
Safety Fencing A backyard pool, hot tub, or a clean pond can provide your children with hours of fun, but safety should always be a major concern considering the number of accidents that take place in the home every year. Most states require that a property with a swimming pool have a fencethat can be locked to secure the swimming area. A fence that separates the pool from your house is an ideal scenario. The Consumer Product Safety Commission recommends that pool safety fencesshould be at least four feet high with no rails that can be used for climbing. The gate should be self-latching and out of your children’s reach. Pool No-No’s Make certain your kids understand that no roughhousing is allowed in and around the pool. That means no running or jumping into the pool from the top of a fence or some other nearby object. And there should be no playing tag or rough games that could render someone unconscious. Make sure kids know that swim time is over if they get out of control, and keep the pool out of bounds until everyone settles down. Chemicals Swimming pools need disinfectants to keep dangerous pathogens like E. coli and salmonella from building up. Unfortunately, some pool chemicals represent their own dangers. Studies have shown that swimming in chlorinated watercan place children at risk for respiratory problems, hay fever, and asthma. Parents should be aware that chlorinated water can produce unhealthy by-products. A good rule of thumb is to avoid swimming in a pool where you can actually smell the chlorine. If your kids swim indoors, make sure the facility is properly ventilated. One of the most reliable precautions is to limit the time kids spend in a chlorinated pool. Summer swimming should be a fun activity that everyone can enjoy. Play it safe by requiring your children to swim according to hard-and-fast, non-negotiable rules. Always keep them within reach and have a cell phone on hand in case of an emergency.