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en octubre 30, 2006 en 1:23 pm
From: J Brad Britton
Date: Sat, 28 Oct 2006 09:05:16 -0700
Subject: [mangosteen] Re: autistic children
We have a five year old with autism. We feel the mangosteen juice
(MJ) has been very helpful in two ways. We feed our son, Samuel,
about 2-3 ounces per day. Usually we just add about a tablespoon or
two (we don’t really measure) to each drink he gets throughout the
day. He gets MJ with drink his white grape juice, almond milk and
sometimes even his water.
Three weeks after we added MJ to his diet, his preschool teachers
and his in home speech therapist made comments about how much he was
progressing. They specified that the last three weeks had been
remarkable. His speech therapist asked what we were doing different.
We gave her some info and she became a juice drinker shortly thereafter.
Just before starting Samuel on the MJ, we had some tests done for
his gastrointestinal issues. He was found to have lots of issues
including lots of fungus and bad bacteria (very common in autistic
children). About 4 months after drinking MJ, we had the same tests
done to reveal ZERO fungus and ZERO bacteria.
I will be the first to say that this could have just been a
coincidence, but we also will make sure he gets his MJ everyday. When
you have a child with issues like this, you can’t afford to mess
around. Of all the things we have done to “work on” Samuel’s autism,
this has been one of the least expensive. Some things we have done
and plan to do cost more than $1000 per week.
I make sure I tell any parents of an autistic child about the juice
and about how referring others to this great tasting, health beverage
is an excellent way to create and extra stream of income to help pay
for all the added expenses that come with taking care of their child.
Be sure not to try and do it alone. To be successful in any business,
one needs to learn from the right people. Make sure your coach has
enough experience to offer the proper guidance.
Flexibility, time and geographic freedom, and the residual nature of
the income, make this a perfect way to do a little extra work from
home and assist with the financial burden of caring for an autistic