But what is the real problem here? It’s very clear to me that the medical community is steering parents into drug based solutions without any discussion of more natural approaches. Parents need support, guidance, and a full explanation of all the options for their children which would include nutritional support, food sensitivity testing, vitamin and mineral deficiency testing, heavy metal testing, digestive inquiry, etc. One laboratory in the U.S. specializes in analyzing metabolites in urine, blood and stool. This is a very reliable method to determine imbalances and deficiencies, most of which can be remedied with a good diet and supplementation.
This cake was a total winner, because when the gang came home from shopping at the mall, it went pretty quickly. This cake is so moist and delicious… it’s definitely a “keeper”. Since this cake is also gluten and casein free, it is safe for those with grain and dairy sensitivities. Generally, “undoctored” gluten-free cakes can taste quite nasty, their texture equally bad. Ms. Telpner states it’s the apple sauce that gives this cake its surprisingly moist quality…But I have to disagree. I’m sure it’s the chia paste.
I rarely see a disease or disorder so easily stopped or reversed as Alzheimer’s Disease. (Over 200 personal testimonials have been sent to Dr. Mary Newport, wife/M.D. of a recovering Alzheimer’s patient). Nothing seems to work faster in stopping the progression of many cases of Alzheimer’s like coconut oil and MCT oil. The healing action is in the body’s production of ketones, which is induced by the mitochondrial action when the medium chain triglycerides in coconut oil (and palm oil) pass through the intestinal wall to the liver. These ketones then pass into the blood and brain and nourish brain cells (neurons) which, in cases of certain neurological disorders, no longer process glucose due to a brain insulin malfunction.