“Unproven” Personal Reports and FDA Consumer Update Warning About Chlorine Dioxide

This is my short disclaimer about the information I am providing here. For a more detailed disclaimer go here. The personal reports I include here from others are unsolicited reports sent to me usually via email by someone who is grateful. They are “unproven” in the sense they are not proven by scientific studies to be safe and effective treatments for autism or other conditions. I am not saying these constitute scientific evidence or that they are representative of results that may occur, or that they have been substantiated by anyone with authority. These are merely positive reports I’ve received and I hope to stimulate scientific investigation of the techniques I have been using and recommending to find out why so many people sent in reports like this.

Anyone considering the use of chlorine dioxide needs to be aware the US Food and Drug Administration has issued a Consumer Update warning against the use of chlorine dioxide, see https://www.fda.gov/consumers/consumer-updates/danger-dont-drink-miracle-mineral-solution-or-similar-products. This warning and this stance taken by a government agency should be considered carefully by all parents. These chemicals are hazardous materials that must be handled with respect. In addition, dosages and guidelines must be understood and followed carefully. Myself and many other moms have found we could learn to use chlorine dioxide effectively, but this has yet to be recognized by government authorities. My recommendation is for parents to find a doctor who will be on board and supportive of using any of the self-help techniques I recommend. If you go searching, there are doctors who will be supportive.

Here’s another Autism Recovery Update from Autism Warrior Mom Laurel.

Here autism mom Laurel discusses several important issues that she observed in treating her son, both before and after the Kerri Rivera protocol, which she began to implement in July 2018.

Timeline of Jeremy’s Adult Autism Recovery Journey

1) Jeremey was already experiencing autism symptoms as a child, but they got worse – in that he started experiencing seizures – after the tDap vaccination he receieved as a teenager. He also became extremely aggressive after being vaxxed.

2) The family tried seizure medication under the supervision of a doctor. The doctors kept changing his prescriptions because the medication wasn’t working. The seizures were getting worse and Jeremy would sometimes fall down and hit his head. One of his seizures lasted 22 minutes. It was a miracle he survived. It was a dangerous, untenable situation.

3) In 2009, when Jeremy turned 18, Jeremy went on the GAPS diet and moved into a residential care facility. He was not on any anti-seizure medications at this time, due to lack of efficacy. After starting the GAPS diet, the seizures became less frequent and severe.

4) In 2010-11, the adult-care facility reported he was still having occassional seizures a few times per month. The rate had declined from 20 seizures per week, to 5 per month, approximately.

5) Jeremy left the residential care facility and returned to living with his mother, Laurel, at the end of June 2018.

At that point, when he came home to live with his mother, Jeremy began the MMS protocol. (Kerri refers to this substance by its chemical name, Chlorine Dioxide.)

The Rate Of Seizures Declined Once Jeremy Started Taking CD

Prior to June: 5-6 Seizures per month at in-patient center

July: 4 Seizures

Aug: 3 Seizures

Sept: 1 Seizures

Oct: 1 Seizure

6) Now – one year later – October 2019, Jeremy has not had any additional seizures.

Laurel points out that they saw significant improvement from the change in diet, but that the seizures were not eliminated until the CD protocol that Kerri recommends was implemented.

If you would like to learn more about Laurel and her battle to help her son, please visit her Youtube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCorczWYNU4ZPkkXR07G2W0A

And her GoFundMe Page where she is raising money for legal fees: