Autism

Autism is a developmental disability that results from a neurological disorder affecting
social interaction and communication skills. Usually appearing during the first three
years of life–four times more often in boys–autism is the most common of five disorders
that come under the umbrella of Pervasive Developmental Disorders or Autism
Spectrum Disorders.

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), PDDs or ASDs
appear in about 1 in 250 births. As many as 1.5 million American children and adults are
believed to have some form of autism, and the rate is growing at 10-17% per year,
according to government statistics.

Several screening instruments have been developed that also may help diagnose
autism, including the Childhood Autism Rating Scale (CARS), the Checklist for Autism
in Toddlers (CHAT), the Autism Screening Questionnaire, and the Screening Test for
Autism in Two-Year- Olds.

DIET
Dietary changes may help autistic individuals. These children may exhibit low tolerance
for certain foods or chemicals. Some research has implicated the incomplete
breakdown of peptides from foods that contain gluten, found in wheat, oats, and rye.
Equally, casein is found in dairy products. Either or both can lead to disruption in the
biochemical and neuroregulatory processes in the brain. An overgrowth of yeast also
may contribute to the behavioral and medical problems of autistic children, including
confusion, hyperactivity, stomach problems, and fatigue.

Compounded Medications often used to treat ASD:
Alpha Lipoic Acid Transdermal Gel
Amphotericin Oral Liquid or Capsules
ASD Mineral Powder
ASD Vitamin Powder
ASD Vitamin/Mineral Capsules
ASD Vitamin/Mineral Protocol for use with chelation DMSA Oral Liquid, Capsules or
Suppositories
Folinic Acid Capsules
Methylcobalamin Transdermal Gel or Injection
Nystatin Oral Liquid or Capsules
Secretin Transdermal (DMSO-Free)
Secretin Transdermal Gel or Injection
Tetrahydrofolate Capsules
TMG/Folinic Acid Capsules
Oral liquids containing any of the following: Biotin, Zinc, Molybdenum, P-5- P

PharmacyMax Labs can custom make supplements and prescriptions to fit your child’s
needs and patients with autism.  We formulate medications that are : Gluten free, Soy
free, Casein free, Preservative free, no artificial flavoring or coloring.
If you do not see what you are looking for, please contact us.  We can order and/or
make almost any non-sterile formulation you need.

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