condition that can appear in autism is diarrhea. This can be a severe problem.
There is a natural product that may help children with autism called
SB-Normal Stool, sold at Medicine Shoppe stores and over the Internet.
Stool was originally called Provir. Provir
passed phase I and II of FDA trials as a cure for diarrhea in Aids. It was
successful in stopping diarrhea in about 89% of the cases!
Diarrhea in Aids is considered 5-30 bowel movements a day.
Provir had scores in phase III that are usually considered a successful
score, but the FDA asked for more follow up.
The company Shaman, which produced Provir, could not handle the financial
for further follow up for the FDA. They
instead changed the name of Provir to SB-Normal Stool and are now selling it as
a food supplement, rather than a medicine for diarrhea in Aids.
Shaman is selling their product for all cases of diarrhea.
SB-Normal Stool comes from the bark of trees from the Amazon forest and
is an all natural product.
more information about SB-Normal Stool, read the articles in the Aids section of
this web site. Internet and phone
contact numbers are listed in the article, "Shaman."
– Diarrhea usually results in loss of electrolyte balance.
You should consider asking your doctor to measure calcium, magnesium,
potassium, sodium, phosphorus, and Co2 levels.
These are all important for electrolyte balance.
You can find out the imbalance of these minerals and consider appropriate
supplementation to build back electrolyte balance.
– In order for these nutritional ideas to be successful, you must use
supplements of the highest quality. Dr. Bob often said, “almost all supplement
companies produce poor quality.” You
can consider the product page of this web site.
Almost all the products met Dr. Bob’s approval.
Since he passed away we have attempted to keep the same high standards.
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