Prior diagnoses οf ADHD; OCD; Anxiety Dis., NOS; Asperger’s (autism); Tourette’s; Bipolar; ODD. Nеw diagnoses: Bartonella, wіtһ abnormalities іח metal load, mito, аחԁ microflora. Current diagnoses: managed recovery, still dependent upon diet аחԁ supplements, still working οח ridding tһе Bartonella completely. Hарру tο bе out οf tһе “fog”.

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25 Responses to “Kyle’s Recovery Interview”
  1. SusanRichardsDay says:

    I agree

  2. motorboatmamma says:

    It’s not a quick fix, but man is it worth it to hang in there and take the few months to go through it all. Now we are topping things up with socialization classes and organizational skills courses to get up to speed with the other kids. Never give up moms!!!

  3. motorboatmamma says:

    I have put in tremendous time and effort into purchasing bioresonance equipment and using bioresonance for my son. You would never know this 11 year old boy had asbergers, adhd and pretty severe tourettes where he would tick every 3 seconds all day long. This most recent round of bioresonance has finished it up for us we feel …a solid week of not one tick or a sign of anything.

  4. ProjectHelpHealChase says:

    Heidi, I just met you on the yahoo group a few days ago! Thank you so much for this video! I am most happy that your son says he has no regrets about you recovering him. I know my son feels the same way; however, I get alot of negativity on that subject. Families like you are an inspiration to others to keep going, and to keep fighting. Thanks for all of the valuable information you offer others. We are on the long road to recovery, but it is nice to know you crossed the finish line. THANKS!!!

  5. Smick10 says:

    does anyone here have rockband 2?

  6. 13sinclair says:

    sorry i missed what the cure is? where do i find it on here.

  7. Movieguy10001 says:

    austism, but only to an extent. And it does not help everyone with the condition. One thing I should say some people with Aspergers Sydrome are capable of living on there own and taking care of themselves. A person with this condition over time can improve there skills to an extent (social, etc.), but never you can fully recover as there always will be symptoms. Early intervention and such can do that. I don’t want to sound so negative, but calling it a fully recovery seems unlikely.

  8. Movieguy10001 says:

    Ok, lets be clear here. Their is no way to eliminate autism or Asperger’s Syndrome. From Kyle I got the impression that he is still literally minded and what was those cross dissolves use for? Maybe still a bit capable rambling on a bit more then needed (I know, likely to cut down on the video, but still). I, myself also have Aspergers Syndrome and have improve on some of my skills as well, but the effects are still there. Eliminating milk like products in some cases have help people with

  9. theGodSeat says:

    This confirms my believe that autism is extreme ADHD combined with sensory integration disorders.

  10. Tamiduncan1 says:

    Don’t listen to negative comments from people who don’t know any better. You and Kyle are very brave to fight and fight for his health. Go Kyle! Go Heidi! You guys rock!

  11. Fenric65 says:

    Heidi – you’re wrong. Causation wasn’t with pathogens and toxins. Dairy food caused the regression in Kyle. The root condition is genetic. It’s still there and will be there for life.

  12. Fenric65 says:

    Kyle, the only fog that has lifted is that you have adjusted. You’re still on the Spectrum and you will be for the rest of your life. Nothing can change that. Excess issues have been resolved for sure, but you are still an individual and not a part of the NT pack. You are still one of us. You’re just at the best point that you will get. You’re not cured. You’ve improved.

  13. recoveringnicholas says:

    Heidi, thank you so much for sharing this. Kyle, thank you so much for sharing your story with all of us. You are an amazing young man and I wish you all the success and happiness in the world. You’ve given so many parents hope.

  14. chapnalli says:

    Kyle, I cannot thank you enough for telling your story. I’ve seen a lot of recovery videos and this one have affected my profoundly! My son is 9yrs and I know he feels the way you did, I haven’t found the right biomedical treatments to recover him but you just renewed my hope and faith again. Thank you.

  15. RemisFrosty says:

    What a wonderful video and I am so grateful that you are generous enough to share your success

  16. KnoxvilleJavaGirl says:

    Thanks for sharing this, Heidi! Kyle-what a wonderful explanation of what you were going through!!!

  17. YourCellHealth says:

    Thank you Heidi, your son gives us hope for our 11 year old boy. We will keep fighting for him!

  18. mahb112 says:

    WOW! Thanks so much for posting this Heidi. It helps so much to hear things from your son’s perspective, and it gives us such great hope.

  19. applemarky says:

    Heidi , great video it fantastic to hear Kyle describe the same things as my recovering 6 year old.
    Kyle I would be proud if you were my son .

  20. cadburycrazies says:

    Thank you Heidi for posting this brilliant video. It really helps, particularly as Kyle is older. Video’s like yours keep us motivated. Thank you so much.
    Tonia

  21. Sassifrassilassi says:

    Wow. He is amazing. You are amazing Heidi! So glad to see this video. Your son is just incredible.

  22. advancedvet says:

    Thank you for sharing. Congratulations to both of you.
    I’m glad Kyle has found balance and peace in his life.
    God bless you.

  23. ascend2luv says:

    What an astute young man, you are Kyle, thank you for sharing your story with us.

  24. luckymomtoDan says:

    Thanks so much! This gives me a great perspective into what my son is going through AND great hope for recovery!

  25. ksemple62 says:

    this is amazing

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