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The most amazing improvement that happened to my son since being diagnosis with autism is when we do andy cutler chelation. Potty training after his first round. Now he start to try speaking. He now says few words, four or five words but this is huge for us. He was completely silent before acc, now he is more engaged and has better cognition and excellent receptive language. We have done around 25 rounds. Love ACC
- Alaa, son
October 2014 - my son, at 2 years 8 months, had an ATEC score of 97.
He did not have a lot of words to start with (he was able to say Mama before), but this time, he had NO words at all. He just grunted from his throat. He was sensitive to sounds. My husband said "He does not even know where he is, Rhea". That broke my heart so bad that I Googled out of desperation, "how to recover from Autism".
I never thought I would find anything remotely doable and believable. My younger brother is also moderately autistic and being a psych major, I was not taught about any biomedical approach.
I found a Facebook group that supported the low dose chelation protocol and reached out to another mom after we received our hair trace minerals analysis test. She advised that my son is a good candidate and to get a copy of the Fight Autism and Win book. I finished that book in 2 hours and ordered our ALA online the same day.
We started our first round on November 26th. He waved goodbye from the car for the very first time. It brought me to tears at the parking lot. The second round brought us more awareness and 2 words - "squeeze" for his pouch, and "pie" after watching Backyardigans.
More rounds, more gains. His tolerance to noise has improved. I am now able to cut his toenails without a fuss. His gag reflex has improved. He now knows his letters, shapes, and numbers. He plays appropriately with his toys. And we just finished the 13th round.
His ATEC score is now between 40 to 42. But beyond, the numbers, what makes me grateful everyday is having our son back. We are not completely recovered but I know in time we will be.
- Rhea, son age 3
We started ACC at the end of November 2014. My son is on round 24 with 7 rounds of DMPS and 17 rounds of ALA. He is 12 years old and just completed mainstream 6th grade at a public middle school, making the honor roll every semester!
Since beginning ACC, my son is more resilient, able to handle problems and transitions better, and meltdowns have stopped. He has better emotional regulation, much less anger and frustration, happier in general and much fewer dark thoughts. He has better focus and homework is much easier and less of a fight/struggle. He has less sensory sensitivity and can handle loud sounds and bright lights but still does not like crowds. He used to bob his head and spin more and hardly ever does that now. He has stopped sucking on his fingers (but that may have to do with his braces and retainer as he still likes to chew on paper). He asks more questions about social situations and seems to be understanding them better. He still paces a lot, especially when he is talking, but he is less hyper in general.
I am so grateful for finding Andy Cutler's chelation protocol. My son and I are both recovering from mercury toxicity through ACC, though my son's progress is much faster than my own. I hope to have most of the mercury out of my son by the time he starts high school in two more years.
- Vicki, son age 12
I just have to share that my 5 y/o son is thriving on this protocol. In just 28 rounds, he has gone from disconnected words and a few brief sentences, most of them scripted, to spontaneous functional language. Right now, he's watching a movie, laughing and making comments about every scene (I guess we should go to the movie theater so he can join the rest of the people talking to the screen ). Words can't start to describe our gratitude. It's like putting a reset button on autism.
- Michele, son age 5