Tuesday, June 15, 2010

The Thyroid-Autism Connection by Raphael Kellman, M.D.

On May 26, 2020, Dr. Kellman was the featured speaker at NAA NY Metro. Dr. Kellman presented his findings, based on a more sensitive thyroid test, called the TRH stimulation test, that a large percentage of children with ASD have an underactive thyroid that was missed by routine testing.

In this lecture Dr. Kellman demonstrated how:
1. An underactive thyroid can impact on brain function and development and is thereby is a critical missing piece in the autism puzzle;
2. The effects of hypothyroidism on detoxification, methylation, and heavy metal toxicity; and
3. The relationship between hypothyroidism and gluten sensitivity.

Raphael Kellman, M.D. is a graduate of Albert Einstein College of Medicine, an internist and a pioneer in holistic medicine. He uses the Defeat Autism Now! approach. Through his groundbreaking discovery on the thyroid-autism connection he has changed the lives of hundreds of children.

Visit: www.raphaelkellmanmd.com

1 comment:

Stephanie said...

In addition to taking thyroid natural supplementss , it is very important to exercise regularly and drink many glasses of water on a daily basis.