Jenny Mc Carthy Finds Autism Cure
Jenny McCarthy Finds Autism CurePopEaterposted: 4 HOURS 33 MINUTES AGOcomments: 308filed under: TV NewsPrintShareText SizeAAA(Oct. 17) - Jenny McCarthy claims she helped her son, Evan, recover from autism. She tells Usmagazine.com that by giving her son a strict no wheat-and-dairy-free diet, she says her son has recovered and no longer shows the major signs of autism. McCarthy claimed the MMR vaccine was to blame for her son's diagnosis with autism and has since become a strong advocate for autism awareness. Her claims that autism is curable has become a controversial subject, which she focuses on in her newest book, 'Mother Warriors: A Nation of Parents Healing Autism Against All Odds.' She says she wants to bring hope to families and give them more options than doctors are currently providing.
From Rich Shull (on the blog Pre Rain Man Autism)
Autism is indeed "doable" it is a gift a godsend it is both MR/DD and Einstein and sadly a designer condition as well as, about 15 different enigma's, None of which have been figured out by the so called' Autism Experts' that invented modern autism. Factor back in what the designer Rain Man Autism 'experts' forgot or never knew and Autism was cured long before it was a "trouble". ""'Mother Warriors: A Nation of Parents Healing Autism Against All Odds.'"" have like the rest of autism simply got a hold of the wrong end of the autism stick. Autism fully explained as our anthropology of Temple Grandin's know it , is simply a series of Enigma's and a thought process that has never been in a book before. Autism is so simple so wild so unexpected and so doable that the modern designer autism is blown away with our success and there for will not even admit to it.
Everything we have haphazardly discovered that "cured our autism" has never graced a book before and explains every mystery of autism from the lack of eye contact to the food issues to our social and Einstein issues. Trust me people starting out on the MR/DD side of life and ending up in the Einstein of things have no real chance to be heard in the designer Autism Era. What a shame we have figured out the building blocks of the mind and we find our selves on the wrong side of the Rain Man Line to be noticed.
I don't doubt the sincerity of anyone in Autism in "finding the cure" or the celebrity supporting the "cure for autism" but I seriously question the Peer Review Autism Establishment that is doing a horrible job of remembering the very facts it chose to forget,,,,, by doing that the foundation of autism has gone missing for 40 years now hence the epidemic of autism ignorance complete with its designer autism status is a force leading autism in the wrong direction. We could easily add a 1000 chapters to the psychology books if only someone in Autism research would listen instead of speak for us. It seems they put the words in our mouth they want to hear and as a result they get the very autism they expect. We were so lucky to have missed Rain Man's Curse!
Jenny McCarthy Us Magazine CoverUs350 photos Jenny McCarthy says she helped her son, Evan, recover from autism. In the new issue of Us Magazine, the actress says a strict no wheat-and-dairy-free diet has helped cure her son of his autism symptoms.(Note: Please disable your pop-up blocker)Jenny McCarthys Us Magazine CoverJenny McCarthy says she helped her son, Evan, recover from autism. In the new issue of Us Magazine, the actress says a strict no wheat-and-dairy-free diet has helped cure her son of his autism symptoms. UsWhy she blames the vaccine for Evan's autism: "Before the vaccination, he was huggy, lovey, snuggly. Then it was like someone came down and stole him."On her faith in God to find a cure: "I made a deal with God. I said, 'You fix my boy, you show me the way and I'll teach the world how I did it.'"On when she knew her detoxifying diet was helping Evan: "I heard Evan laugh... I jumped on the bed and started screaming. When he finally hugged me, I prayed, 'Please God don't let this be the only time.'"On her unsuccessful outreach to John McCain to discuss autism: "We tried. McCain had come out and said he thinks there's enough evidence between vaccines and autism, so I got on a helicopter [to meet him for] an on-camera interview. By the time I got there, the campaign manager said, 'He's ahead in the polls, and this is too controversial, and he doesn't want to go one way or the next.'"On Dennis Leary's statements about autism: "It's so hard to even get up enough juice in me or energy in me to even try to fight someone that is obviously stupid. This community has been through so much and to compare and use the word 'dumb-a** lazy' with autism, it's just not fair. Mind you, I have not read his chapter. He says he has been misunderstood. My fight isn't with Denis Leary, my fight is with the government - a bigger fish to fry