Vitamins A, B1, B3, C, and D Heal/Cure/Prevent Disabled Infants, Toddlers, and Children
This weekend I read about a child with fetal alcohol syndrome whose condition improved dramatically when he was paired up with a dog trained to help children with behavior disorders. The article stated that this child was irreversibly damaged in the womb and would never be normal.
How often do we have to hear this dogma from physicians who say things like this because they don't know how to help? Any literate physician/health reporter ought to be aware of the amazing capacity of the human body to heal. Especially children and the younger the better. Adults have been "cured" of almost everything. Children "grow out" of everything. The cases are well documented and can't just be shrugged off.
Millions of children diagnosed with behavioral disorders live in families that expect these kids to "grow out" of the problem. And millions of these kids, indeed, do heal and grow out of the problem. I believe millions more would grow out of these problems if parents would give vitamins and antibiotics a try. The problem with the vitamin approach for childhood behavioral problems, is that parents and extended family members expect the children to heal. So when vitamins are used, and the healing occurs, the vitamins often don't get credit. The credit usually goes to the hard work of the child, his parents and grandparents. Any why not? A hard working child, his parents and grandparents deserve the credit.
I don't care about who or what gets the credit. When a child is in trouble, there is much to gain and little to lose by giving vitamins and antibiotics a try. It's amazingly easy, and no one deserves much credit for taking such a straightforward step. Other steps need to be taken too. There is nothing as important to a family as raising strong and healthy children.
So, if there are children in your family with behavioral problems, in addition to whatever you're doing about it, here's the easy steps to put antibiotics and vitamins to work:
a tetracycline type antibiotic as prescribed by a pediatrician
regular full-body sunshine as close as possible to noon
2000 mg of vitamin C twice per day
10,000 IU vitamin A pills, once per week
250 mg time release niacin twice per week
Twice per week 50 mg tablet of enteric coated TTFD (a special thiamine supplement)
One B-50 B-complex tablet twice per week
Sunshine is the biggest pain in the neck. I lie about one minute face down, face up, and on each side (4 minutes total) at the summer solstice (UV index 9 at latitude 40) and 4 minutes on each side at winter solstice (UV index 3). This is not a child-friendly instruction. Parents should get kids outside with minimal clothing and no sunblock as often as possible. You need to watch out and keep them from burning - not such an easy task but not so difficult either.