Autism Recovery & BEDROK
Millions of children around the world have suddenly become autistic. When something happens to our children, our hearts open and we take notice. While researchers search for the genetic cause of autism, Body Ecology believes that these children would have been considered “normal” if they had not become “victims” of our times. In fact, we believe these children are spiritually advanced souls that are playing a key role in awakening us to our future destiny. If we do not make radical changes in the way we care for the human physical body and for our planet, the human race is heading for extinction. http://www.bedrokcommunity.org/
Goals of the BEDROK Program
Body Ecology Diet Recovering Our Kids
- To nourish the cells and tissues of the body with high quality, easily-digested foods that contain superior nutrition.
- To bring ALL infections under control. (We see autism as a gut/brain infection.)
- To open the detoxification pathways allowing the body to continually cleanse out toxins that have accumulated since conception.
- To create a strong, vital inner ecosystem in the intestines that will ensure the digestion and absorption of foods so that nutrient deficiencies that accompany autism are corrected. This vibrant inner ecosystem will also ensure a healthy intestinal lining, provide relief from food allergies, and ensure a strong immune system that will protect the child from further infections. Because neurotransmitters are manufactured in the intestines, a healthy inner ecosystem leads to happier, more stable emotions and a sense of well being.
Begin by Removing: ALL foods containing: sugars in any form, gluten, casein & processed foods.
Begin by Introducing:
- Young Coconut Kefir
- Young Coconut Meat
- Raw Butter
- Nariwa Water
- Cultured Vegetables
- Vitality SuperGreen
- Undenatured Whey Protein
- Animal Proteins that are Hormone and Antibiotic- Free.
- The four BED grains
- Oils and Fats
- Raw Cream
- Beans & Legumes
For more in-depth information and FAQ’s, please download this free brochure.
For more information and a community support group, visit the BEDROK website.