Mom Finds Natural Remedy for 7 Yr. Old Autistic Son

This is a wonderfully, touching testimony about an autistic 7 yr. old boy, Riley, who finally smiles at his  mom and so, so much more.  Click on the link to read the entire story on my blog.

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 Here's just a little tiny excerpt:

"I prayed and took the plunge, off the medication he went. i weaned him off as fast as i safely could. i put him on Fish oil and probiotics as fast as i could. it was a HUGE leap of faith, i noticed a difference almost immediately. i waited to treat with the supplements after he was off the dangerous medication and the potency effects were almost all out of his system. within 24 hrs my son was less anxious, less in pain, and less angry. it just got better from there….. its been almost a year now since I’ve restrained my son. he is so close to being off every last bit of his medication. he only takes 1 now and we are in the process of eliminating it. he craves the fish oil and i we both definitely notice a difference when we get lazy and skip a day. he has gotten so good at remembering to take it himself! he knows it helps! i know it helps!!! shoot even the football coach/friend has noticed a difference.


MY SON PLAYS FOOTBALL!!!!! on a team!!!! with other kids!!!!!
he comes to me with problems and questions
he looks at me in the eye……
HE SMILES!
MY SON SMILES AT ME!!!
i see my son behind the label “autism”
i see a bright future for my son.

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