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The build up of heavy toxins in the body is thought by some to be a contributing factor in autism and mental retardation. To alleviate some of the symptoms of heavy metal poisoning, you can try chelation therapy. The therapy can be completed using pills or gel applied to the skin.
The active ingredients in chelation therapy pull arsenic and other toxins out of the body. Before performing chelation, it is important to seek the advice of a medical professional. Especially when it comes to autistic children, you want to be sure that the chelation therapy is not harming other aspects of their health and well-being
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