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Reversing Autism: The Nemechek Protocol

Reversing Autism: The Nemechek Protocol

179 views | Sandy | 12-07-2021

Reversing Autism and its effects are not known to all. Most people agree that there is no cure for autism and so they approach Autism Spectrum Disorder in a way that looks at the management of symptoms or development of skills and supports through behavioural and educational therapy.

However, when it comes to specialised nutritional plans for treating neurological conditions in children in particular; Nemechek Protocol can be considered a reversal technique for autism. The Nemechek Protocol for Autism and Developmental Delay is the refined approach to reversing the effects of autism, ADD, ADHD and other developmental disorders. Developed by Dr Patrick Nemechek who is an internal medicine doctor and expert on the Autonomic Nervous System. With restored Autonomic function, Dr Nemechek believes everyone has the opportunity to experience disease reversal or improvements in health. 

Dr Nemechek’s approach frequently triggers rapid and breath-taking improvements in children within a few weeks. It aims to strengthen the immune system and support the body’s ability to control inflammation. 

The protocol is made up of the following symptoms:

  • Repair
  • Restore
  • Reverse
  • Maintain

The approach can be used to target many types of conditions in patients of no defined age group but it is specifically used to address autism and developmental disorders. According to Dr Nemechek and his research; autism occurs as bacterial overgrowth in the gut and leads to inflammation in the body, which then results in altered immune cells in the brain. These altered immune cells lead to disordered neural pruning that causes developmental delays and brain injury. Within a few weeks of the protocol, there can be improvements in patients’ sensory, speech, motor and developmental delays and disabilities. 

How does the treatment work?

The treatment is a two-step process that aims to rebalance intestinal bacteria and omega fatty acids that allows the child’s brain to heal and function properly. The approach insists on cooking with extra-virgin olive oil and using insulin and omega-3 fatty acid supplements into a child’s regimen. All supplements used are within the protocol and are natural; making them safe and inexpensive while being very effective. 

References

https://www.thebrainpossible.com/blog/what-is-the-nemechek-protocol-and-how-does-it-work

https://www.healthline.com/health/can-autism-be-cured#current-treatments

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