Autism Amalgam and Me - Jodi's Journey Continues is the second in a series of books about my son Jodi Shaw, and the often humorous and informative true story deals with two subjects - autism and mercury poisoning caused by dental amalgam. Narrated as if by Jodi and myself, I explain why I think my son developed autism and you'll discover why my research points to mercury. Discussions with others suffering from mercury poisoning from dental amalgam and vaccine damage led me to connect dental work during pregnancy as well as toxic preservatives in childhood vaccines being contributory factors. I explain how the strange, problematic and worrying health symptoms I suffered were linked to my amalgam fillings, the tests I took to get diagnosed, the safe chelation protocol I followed to remove mercury and other heavy metals, plus my dramatic health improvements after the amalgam fillings were removed. I'll reveal despite never having any dental work, Jodi had more mercury inside his body than I did when tested, and the only way he could have got it was through me during pregnancy and via his childhood vaccines. Jodi also took chelation and has improved tremendously, but still has autism.
You'll learn how the vaccine schedule for infants has changed over the years, the contents of vaccines, how they are made, and why many people believe autism could be a form of mercury poisoning! You'll also be introduced to Bryan Tootal and discover how a gold crown and an amalgam filling almost cost him his life. Since then, he and wife Pam have educated many people about the dangers of amalgam fillings Bryan's true story, vast anecdotal evidence from other sufferers, and the professional research and opinion included in this book will educate and inform you about autism and mercury poisoning. You can then decide whether I've made a case as to why my son Jodi has autism, and whether I really deserve the nickname I've been given of "Sherlock Shaw"!
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