If you've been on this forum long enough to read even a few posts, then you know there are a LOT of smart people contributing. One of them is Georgia Hunter.
Anytime I see that he's posted in a thread -- even if the subject of the thread doesn't look relevant or even interesting -- I make a point to read his comments. He's provided a lot of excellent information that, I would bet, gets missed by many, for a variety of reasons.
Anyway, today, in a different thread, Georgia Hunter referred a forum member to the e-book that follows. After reviewing the Table of Contents, not only did I save the link, but I downloaded the e-book, to ensure I preserved a copy. I promptly shared it with others, too.
I didn't list the title of the book in the subject of this post, because I was afraid people might skip this thread. So, I urge you to review the Table of Contents yourself and then decide if it's worth downloading and perhaps even sharing with your Doctor(s).Autism: Pathways to Recovery
Amy Yasko, Ph.D., CTN, NHD, AMD, HHP, FAAIMwww.dramyyasko.com/wp-content/files_flutter/1327512160_9_1_1_8_pdf_02_file.pdf
As Georgia Hunter wrote in the other thread:"The Autism Pathways to Recovery reference ... is the greatest reference or the best source of healing I've ever read. I've read it multiple times and still pick up on things every time I read it. I have it printed in a binder. Instead of autism, just think of it as treating Lyme or any condition for that matter."
Finally, some months ago, a different post by Georgia Hunter led me to search Google for Dr. Amy Yasko and I found the following resources:
- Feel Good Nucleotides: feelgoodnucleotides.com
- Feel Good Nutrigenomics: bit.ly/2zi8okG
- Feel Good Biochemistry: feelgoodbiochem.com
- Supplements, Nucleotide Products, Health Tests, and Books & DVDs: www.holisticheal.com
Anyway, I felt that the Autism: Pathways to Recovery
e-book was important enough to put into its own thread and give it a title that I hope prompts people to click and read.