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Nov
29

Why is Autoimmune disease so hard to cure – or even diagnose? FREE 7-Part documentary series by Tom O’Bryan

Why is Autoimmune disease so hard to cure – or even diagnose? The truth is this:  We cannot change what we do not understand. In just a few days, my good friend, Dr. Tom O’Bryan, invites you to begin a deeply personal journey with his powerful FREE 7-Part documentary series “Betrayal:the autoimmune disease solution they’re not telling you.” This documentary is crucial for you if you know someone with autoimmune disease, have it yourself or simply want to be proactive and prevent it. Do you have someone in your life that is suffering with rheumatoid arthritis, multiple sclerosis, lupus, celiac

Oct
1

Why is Dyslexia So Misunderstood? Part Three

In the last blog, we used our tree analogy to discuss the second level of understanding and reversing dyslexia. We’ve already discussed the leaves (the words) and we added the branches: the eyes that see the words, the ears that hear the words, and the head and neck that support and protect both eyes and ears. We asked why the eyes and ears have a problem with words, and we discussed therapies that help those sensory organs to function better and help reverse dyslexia. At the next level, we add the trunk to the leaves and branches, considering the body

Sep
17

20 Expert Quotes about Living with and Reversing Dyslexia, Part 1

I love reading what other experts have to say about dyslexia, and I thought you might find their views interesting and inspiring. While not all these experts believe in reversing dyslexia, they share some fascinating insights into it that are sure to help your child with dyslexia. Some of the quotes are positive and uplifting, while others showcase the sadness and despair that many children with dyslexia experience. But all are very, very real. Here are the first ten quotes, with the second ten to follow next week. “It [dyslexia] is the most misunderstood of all disorders because it is incorrectly

Sep
10

Don’t Buy Into These 3 Myths about Healthy Eating

Good nutrition and healthy eating are such vital parts of reversing dyslexia that we could write endlessly about them. When your child’s body is nourished correctly, he has the building blocks for treating dyslexia naturally. When you eat right, you have the stamina necessary to help your child through treatment. Nutrition is a controversial subject, even among medical professionals. Much of the conventional wisdom you hear isn’t correct or helpful. Because of conflicting information, myths and half-truths about healthy eating abound. Let’s dispel some of those incorrect beliefs. A calorie is a calorie is a calorie. The macronutrients are fats,

Sep
8

5 Tips to Reduce Your Child’s Stress—and Your Own

One of the first things I teach parents about how to support a child with dyslexia is stress reduction. If you can reduce your child’s stress, he or she is more open to natural dyslexia treatment such as Books Neural Therapy™. However, often I find that parents need stress reduction as much as their children do. The concept is much like the safety lecture you receive when you board an airplane. You, as the adult, must put on your oxygen mask so you can help your child with his. Your need for oxygen must be met first, just as your

Aug
20

Reversing Dyslexia – 7 Things You Should Know

Dyslexia is one of the most recognized learning disabilities, but it’s not truly understood. All too often, a child or adult is diagnosed and then immediately put on Ritalin or a similar pharmaceutical. Rarely is the topic of reversing dyslexia brought up, much less discussed. If you’ve been reading this blog for very long, you know that dyslexia can be reversed. However, it takes a willingness to think outside the box of medications and special classes. It requires an open mind, and you must be willing to put in the time and effort that reversing dyslexia requires. I thought it

Aug
17

5 Ways to Break Sugar Addiction Naturally

Many of us have a sugar addiction. The sweet stuff accounts for one-quarter to one-half of our diets, and we get most of our sugar calories from soft drinks. Breaking sugar addiction will vastly improve your health, and it may even help reverse dyslexia in your children. What? Breaking sugar addiction may reverse dyslexia? You read that right. Stop the sugar, and you’ll be amazed at how your health and the health of your children will improve. Here’s the story of one child who broke her sugar cravings. Megan came to me to improve her grades and her attitude about

Jul
23

Do You or Your Child Fly “Under the Radar” with Mild Dyslexia Symptoms?

One group of people is often forgotten: those with mild dyslexia symptoms. We say these people have hidden learning differences, which does them an injustice and disservice. They need help just as much as those with moderate to severe dyslexia do, and we can reverse their dyslexia also. What do we mean by mild symptoms of dyslexia and flying under the radar? Those with mild dyslexia become adept at deflecting attention from their learning differences. They’re able to hide their problems from the rest of us. Many parents don’t question what they see or hear, and they just assume their

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