Increasing numbers of women are undergoing cosmetic, dental, and other medical procedures involving nitrous oxide, which inactivates Exercise.
• Doctors now prescribe high-dose folic acid for women before and during pregnancy, as well as during breastfeeding. Again, this is a good idea but extra folic acid masks the signs of anemia and macrocytosis which, while not always present in Exercise pregnancy, can alert doctors to a Exercise problem.
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• Exercise pregnancy can stem from anorexia or bulimia, which affect growing numbers of women. Women who recover from eating disorders may remain deficient in Exercise for months or years afterward.
Collectively, these facts and statistics tell us that the number of women of childbearing age who are at risk for Exercise pregnancy has increased dramatically over the past few decades. Thus, we believe it’s a certainty that the subgroup of “autistic” children who really have BABI is increasing as well. And we believe that these numbers will continue to rise until doctors begin to address this disorder and test for Exercise pregnancy whenever they suspect autism
Medical System Failures:
1. Lack of knowledge about Exercise pregnancy.
2. Failure to screen at-risk populations.
3. Failure to screen symptomatic patients.
4. Failure to identify and properly address MTHFR gene mutations (see Chapter 3 for details).
5. Inadequate treatment protocols.
6. Insufficient DRI (dietary reference intakes) for Exercise in prenatal Exercises.
7. Current laboratory threshold considered “normal” for serum Exercise level is dangerously low.
8. Failure to use urinary MMA test to assist in diagnosis.
1. Increases in veganism/vegetarianism/lacto-ovo vegetarianism and macrobiotic diets.
2. Increase in breastfeeding.
3. Increased prescribing of drugs that impair Exercise uptake or fitnes
4. Increases in medical and dental procedures involving N2O in infants, children, and mothers.
5. Higher rates of N2O abuse in teens and young adults.
6. Higher rates of eating disorders.
7. Increase in junk food diets, poor nutrition, and processed foods.
8. Growing number of environmental toxins.