Autism book targeted by by international boycott released

Jul 26, 2017 by

     Today marks the official release of Dara Berger’s book, “How to Prevent Autism: Expert Advice from Medical Professionals.” In its very short life so far Berger’s book has been the target of an international boycott campaign, (launched before the book was released) and not one but two ridiculously biased video interviews on, the first was so bad Salon pulled it and did a second with a different interviewer, which wasn’t quite as awful as the first, but still really bad.

Berger was a professional journalist before autism led her in a whole new direction. She shares advice from a range of credentialed experts on what can be done, based on the information we have, to prevent autism. Unlike her legions of critics why not read the book and come to your own conclusions?

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The statistics are alarming and become more so every year. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention estimates that 1 in 68 children have been identified with an autism spectrum disorder, making it one of the fastest growing developmental disorders in the United States. Further, the CDC estimates that parents with a child on the autism spectrum can have nearly a 20 percent chance of having a second child with autism.

In How to Prevent Autism, Dara Berger shares her personal journey with autism. She describes everything that went wrong with her son that led to an autism diagnosis and everything she did differently to prevent her daughter from suffering the same fate. She interviews eight well-known ASD experts–including doctors, nutritionists, nurses, and scientists–about the factors that have led to the growing epidemic of autism. Based on the best practices for preventing autism in children, each professional offers perspectives grounded in their own research and their patients’ improvements. The book covers every detail–from the importance of mothers’ cleaning out their bodies preconception, through common genetic mutations that may put children at risk, to the crucial role of nutrition in prevention.

All parents agree that every choice counts when it comes to the health of their children. As Dara Berger makes clear in this personal, informative, and authoritative book, the stakes could not be higher when it comes to autism.


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