Vocal Dyslexia and Cheeze Whizzes
- Vocal Dyslexia and Cheeze Whizzes
"I don't know why my brain has kept all the
words to the Gilligan's Island theme song
and has deleted everything about triangles."
- Jeff Foxworthy
Overmedicate! That's how doctors destroy the
future potential of young children who are
increasingly being diagnosed with attention
deficit disorders. If only they were taught in
medical school to advise parents to eliminate
all milk and dairy products which naturally
contain an opiate (casomorphin) that many
researchers attribute to the etiology of
ADHD, autism, dyslexia, and schizophrenia for
those persons having genetic pre-diospositions
(more on that later in this column).
Teachers from British schools (496 teachers
from 110 schools) were asked how often they
observed beneficial results from medicating
young minds. The research was published in
the April 26, 2013 issue of the journal
Clinical Child Psychology and Psychiatry.
"Only five teachers (one percent) reported having
a positive experience of the effect of medication."
In the April, 2013 issue of the Handbook of Clinical
Neurology, two French researchers (Habib and Giraud)
in the department of pediatric neurology at the
University of the Mediterranean in Marseilles
commented that dyslexia had become an epidemic
condition affecting children. They reported:
"Developmental dyslexia is a specific and persistent
disability affecting the acquisition of written
language. Prevalence is estimated to be between 5%
In the year 1970, the per capita consumption of
cheese in America was ten pounds per year.
In the year 1970, one out of every 2,000 children
was diagnosed with autism. In 2013, that number
has increased to one out of fifty children.
The reason is a naturally occurring milk component
belonging to the morphine family.
As cheese consumption increases, so do autism rates.
In 2002, the average per capita annual cheese consumption
in America about 25 pounds. Just four years later (thanks
to soaring pizza consumption), that per capita cheese
consumption rate had exceeped 30 pounds per capita.
In 2013, per capita cheese consumption rates will exceed
The "healthiest" milk from the "healthiest" cows naturally
contains an opiate similar to morphine. That chemical,
casomorphin, has been identified by many scientific
researchers as a causitive factor in learning disorders.
Ten pounds of milk are required to produce one pound
of hard cheese. The levels of casomorphin become
concentrated as milk is converted to cheese. During
the 1970s, 100 pounds of milk were required to produce
the ten pounds of cheese consumed by the average
American child. Some children were adversely affected
and diagnosed with autism.
In 2013, 400+ pounds of milk will be concentrated into
the 40 pounds of cheese consumed by the average child.
The number of kids diagnosed with autism has subsequently
soared by a factor of forty times since 1970.
"Florida researcher, Robert Cade, M.D., and his colleagues
confirmed that casomorphin from milk and cheese is the
probable cause of attention deficit disorder and autism.
They found Beta-casomorphin-7 in high concentrations
in the blood and urine of patients with autism."
(AUTISM, 1999, 3)
"Eighty percent of cow's milk protein is casein. It has been
documented that casein breaks down in the stomach to produce
that peptide casomorphine, an opiate." (Panksepp, J., Trends in
Neuroscience, 1979, 2)
"Elevated levels of endorphin-like substances have been
detected in the cerebro-spinal fluid of people with autism."
(Gillberg, C. (1988) Aspects of Autism: Biological Research
Gaskell:London, pp. 31-37)
For kids with autism, dairy products may very well be the
major factor. The therapy for these children is Notmilk!
"To think is to practice brain chemistry."