An open letter to my Naturopathic friends and colleagues

So…I was supposed to be blogging today.  You know how it goes… we have to keep churning out the latest research on how to stay healthy and prevent disease.  We know it sure as heck isn’t coming through mainstream media.  We have to talk to our patients about unpopular views of health and wellness every work day.  “Why, no, juice isn’t actually healthy for you”.  “Actually, we don’t need dairy in ... Read More

Are you pregnant, planning pregnancy or a parent of young children?

  Please join us on June 4th for our PREVENTION OF DEVELOPMENTAL DELAY and OPTIMIZING DEVELOPMENT lectures at our 6th Annual Biomedical Conference.  Lectures include:   The Golden Hour and the first 1000 minutes in Newborn Care; Is it all about Breastfeeding?  Come learn from Attie Sandink, nurse and lactation consultant from Birth and Baby Needs about how to give your baby the ... Read More

Autism and Methylation – Are you helping to repair your child’s methylation cycle?

  Biomedical treatment relies heavily on methylation biochemistry for its success.  Some of you may be familiar with methylation and the role it plays in autism, ADHD and Down Syndrome.  For some, methylation may be a new term.  The important thing to know is that if you have a child with suspected or diagnosed autism spectrum disorder, you need to be helping to repair their methylation ... Read More

It’s here – Our 5th Annual Biomedical Conference!! Registration is open!

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Dr. David Berger Article

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New Research in Autism Treatment!

It is a few sleeps away from Autism Awareness Day. I want to write a blog that will update the thousands of children and families touched by autism.  It is 5 am. I am a little punchy. Those of you who know me know that I am not an early riser. So why am I up at 5 am? I am the victim of a 3 hour time difference between home and the West coast where I am currently attending my 3rd Medical Academy of ... Read More

Call for Action NAJMS July 2012

Please read  the time to read an article by this year's Autism  & AD/HD Conference keynote speaker, Dr. Elizabeth Mumper. Synopsis: "The care of children with autism requires attention  to medical problems which they may develop. Significant subsets of children with autism have  intestinal inflammation, digestive enzyme abnormalities, metabolic impairments, oxidative  stress, ... Read More

Girls may be protected from autism

Girls may be protected against autism. Researchers suggest extra X chromosome is protective. http://healthland.time.com/2013/02/22/why-girls-may-be-protected-against-autism/ ... Read More

Pre-natal Folic acid reduces autism risk by 40%

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New research into the macroepigenetic impact of diet on autism

A macroepigenetic approach to identify factors responsible for the autism epidemic in the United States will evaluate possible dietary factors as they relate to the delicate interplay between genetics and environment. One if the authors is Dr. Richard Deth,  neuropharmacologist studying The Molecular Origins of Human Attention. This macroepigenetic study may begin to numbers why the number of ... Read More