Can autism be cured or not? - Autism Mom Blog

Can autism be cured or not?

Autism is usually defined as a complex disorder or developmental disability which affects a number of developmental areas and disables normal progress of a child who suffers from it. Official medicine states that autism is not curable, however, the cause for autism is up for debate, because there is no single cause that would be scientifically determined without any doubt. One of the most controversial theories that you are certainly aware of is that vaccines cause autism.

But we will not discuss whether or not this is true. There is no definite answer to that question and without further extensive independent studies there will always be doubt. We will focus on another issue which is vital for the parents of children with autism – can autism be cured or not?

This is probably not the first article you are reading about autism so you know that official medicine clearly states that autism is not curable. There are diets and other tools that can help but with autism you have limited possibilities of what can be achieved in terms of progress and development of an autistic child or adult. However, we have come across an interesting new method that claims it can make considerable improvements in the life of an autistic person and consequently in lives of their family members. Zoran Dernovsek, the author of the food supplement called RENS H claims that his invention was able to help children with autism to make developmental breakthrough. In his experience the biggest problem is the amount of toxic metals, especially Aluminium, accumulated in the brain which makes it impossible for the body to recover. His method is supposed to open up the lymphatic system which enables the body to clean the brain from metals and thus making a way for the body to cleanse itself.

If you are interested, check out his interview at the RENS H users’ community website.

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