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vitamin D, since 2003 the AAP has emphasized the importance of parents giving vitamin D supplement drops to breastfed infants.


The same vitamin D study showed that the severity of autism correlated strongly with deficiencies of this vitamin and that the higher the level, the less severe the symptoms. Cannell has witnessed this phenome- non via a clinic hosted by the Vitamin D Council, recommending increases in vitamin D levels for autistic chil- dren to “high normal levels” and reducing vitamin A, which blocks the action of vitamin D. “We have children on 5,000 to


10,000 units of vitamin D a day,” Can- nell reports. “We see improvements in terms of sleep, meltdowns, eye contact, cognitive capacity, fine motor skills, language and reading—across the spectrum.”


Brita Belli is the author of The Autism Puzzle: Connecting the Dots Between Environmental Toxins and Rising Autism Rates.


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