“The person who says it cannot be done should not interrupt the person doing it.”
- Chinese Proverb
I just love this, so to all the naysayers out there, you can keep
saying Autism is genetic and isn’t reversible, or that nutrition has
nothing to do with neurological issues. While your talking and
naysaying, I’m busy saving my child! And I’m succeeding!
Jordan has been on OSR for one month now. OSR is an antioxident that
is quite potent, but gentle as well, and is specific to chelating
(pulling out of the body) heavy metals. It is fat soluable rather than
water soluable (all other chelators are water soluable). This allows it
to get INTO the cell AND cross the blood brain barrier to get metals out
of the brain! The best part – it’s rates a zero on the toxicity scale.
So, it’s very safe.
So my son who is ultra sensitive to everything…like put sunscreen on
him one day and he’s in meltdown for 2 days, has been on OSR for 4
weeks. The last week got a bit bumpy and he started overreacting
(aka meltdown) to things like big brother looking at him cross-eyed, so
we took him off the OSR to give his body a break for a week or two
before he goes back on it.
A recap of our first month on OSR. I didn’t notice
any remarkable differences nothing changed from one day to the next.
There was no WOW experience…until we got to the end of the month and I
looked back. This month he progressed very quickly in his speech and
cognition, and evened out in his behavior/emotional
reactions significantly. So much so that I’m able to tell others that
he’s a normal 2 1/2 year old now (excepting his diet, of course)!!! This
month he arrived at his age appropriate level of speech and was “kicked
out” of speech therapy!
One week the speech therapist was here and said he didn’t need to
continue anymore, because he was basically age-appropriate except for 3
things that he should be added soon at this age, but that most kids
struggle with a little more: 1) “I” to his vocabulary 2) something
else, I forget what it was 3) colors (but that often they can take
substantially longer before they are incorporated in vocabulary). His
case manager was here the next week and mentioned the great news as well
as the slight concern of the speech therapist and I was like, oh,
ya, he’s has 2 of those 3 things now. He uses “I” regularly and
appropriately, and whatever the other category of speech was he was all
caught up on too. So, the only thing he doesn’t have yet is colors and
I’m not worried about that, it’ll come when he’s good and ready…he
doesn’t seem to care about colors just yet. It was fun to see those
things added so quickly and so thoroughly! One week those things were
lacking, the very next week they were so incorporated into his
vocabulary I had forgotten they were new!
As far as his behavior and meltdowns, we can pretty much go anywhere
and do anything. It’s fun to be out of the house and visiting parks,
playgrounds, stores, or the zoo. All things that were unthinkable until
the last several months. And now he’s off and running, discovering, and
investigating – and running back to tell me about it or drag me over to
He’s a normal 2 1/2 year old – with the exception of his diet,
supplements, and supersonic hearing. He still has aways to go in his
body being fully healed, but he’s getting there slowly but surely and
the OSR is speeding him along that path!
Today was Day #2 off of OSR and WOW what a difference this morning. I
had an appointment this morning and when I returned (this is important
because he’s not much of a morning person, so he had time to wake up
while I was out) he would not stop talking! He wanted to tell me about
everything I had missed while I was away, ask me about everything – I
had stopped at the store on the way home and he wanted to know what
EVERYTHING was. A few months ago when the talking was so rare, I never
thought I’d tire of his talking, and him being curious and desiring to
learn is still a little bit new, and exhilarating. For the barest
moment I started to bristle, all that nonstop talking – I was trying
to put the groceries away and he was underfoot, pointing to things,
asking me about everything, wanting to tell me about his morning, etc –
anyway, the moment I started to bristle, I smiled and had the purest
most wonderful joy. He was talking – nonstop (except for when patiently
awaiting an answer to his question “What’s that?”)! Ten months ago he
could not point to something he wanted much less say mama or dada. His
only way to communicate was a scream and I had to figure out what it
meant. Ten months, and here I am conversing with him – unbelievable.
Miraculous. God’s incredible… 1) To choose to bless me this way, the
gift of truly being able to know my son, sharing life with him and he
with me 2) The healing He has brought to this little one’s brain and
body. Yes, I started to bristle, then smiled, slowed down, and
wonderfully soaked up the joy of conversing with my 2 year old and
helping him learn about the curiosities of the world around him!