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Following up on these findings, a group of pediatric neurologists have begun a glyconutrition study on 20 children who are in comas.
In yet another case study, a six-year-old boy had been in a coma for three years. During that time his EEG measurements were virtually flat. Glyconutrients were introduced into his diet and over a six-month period, his EEG activity increased significantly. Here again was a clear connection between introduction of glyconutrients and restored neurological brain function.
In another study, Sara, a premature infant with fetal alcohol syndrome, who also had heart defects and cerebral palsy at birth, underwent a dramatic turn for better when glyconutrients were introduced to her regimen. In this case, Sara was born prematurely and only way to introduce glyconutrients into her little body was to rub a special glyconutritional cream into her skin. This went on until she was well enough to go home from hospital. After that, her mother regularly added glyconutrients to her formula.
When she was four years old, she was examined by her pediatric specialist. Amazingly, he found no evidence of fetal alcohol syndrome or cerebral palsy. Even better, her little heart had developed normally and no longer required surgery.
One of interesting aspects of this particular case history is that Sara was photographed when she was born and her face showed obvious distorted characteristics of a child with severe fetal alcohol syndrome. By time she was four years old, all of her facial anomalies disappeared. Her IQ also increased from less than 80 to over 100. For a child born with fetal alcohol syndrome, this type of recovery is virtually unprecedented. Now, while these individual case histories are quite remarkable, they do not in and of themselves constitute scientific proof. However, they have generated a lot of hope and more importantly, have stimulated interest on part of medical community to conduct new studies and research in this exciting and fast growing area of nutritional technology.
(Note: Dietary supplements are designed to improve nutrition rather than to treat disease. However, scientific research has established a connection between nutrition and many disease conditions.)
David Lear is an independent nutrition researcher and free-lance writer. His principal area of interest is in natural, cutting-edge supplements that improve health and reverse “incurable” illness. For further information, visit www.glycoresults.com