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Study shows reversal of Autism symptoms in twins through lifestyle changes instead of drugs

Summarised by Centrist

A new study published in the Journal of Personalized Medicine reveals that lifestyle and environmental changes successfully reversed autism symptoms in twin girls. 

The girls initially showed symptoms such as sensitivity to changes, eczema, and digestive issues for one twin, and eye contact problems, babbling communication, difficulty breastfeeding, and decreased muscle tone for the other. 

They were breastfed for twelve months without issues. However, switching to cow’s milk at twelve months caused digestive, behavioural, and language problems. 

After receiving delayed vaccines in March 2021, their parents noticed that both girls experienced worsening symptoms, including significant language loss in one twin. They were then diagnosed with severe autism at 20 months.

The twins underwent a holistic, non-drug approach tailored to their unique needs. Over two years, the girls showed significant improvement in social interactions, communication, and behaviour. 

Interventions included osteopathic care for one twin, dietary changes to organic meals, supplements, various therapies like speech and occupational therapy, and environmental adjustments to reduce home toxins. 

The parents worked with a coach to understand the twins’ diagnosis, focused on the stress-disease link, used webinars for support, and assessed the twins’ stress levels.

Read more over at The Epoch Times

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