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Autism One: A Conversation of Hope

Autism One: A Conversation of Hope

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October 06th 2009:Part II: The Importance of Nutritional Treatment with Dr. Nancy Mullan

On September 22, we talked with Dr. Nancy Mullan about the use of psychoanalysis, then psychotropic drugs, then nutrition for "psychotic thought disorder." In part two of this interview, Dr. Mullan and Teri will talk more about doctors and researchers who continued work in orthomolecular medicine in a way that has helped children with autism, ADD, and ADHD. The role of hormones and the endocrine system, and bacteria and neurological function, will also be covered relevant to autism spectrum disorders. Nancy Mullan, MD, practices nutritional medicine and psychiatry, treating children on the

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Nancy Mullan, MD

Diet is foundational. A symptom that is caused by a food or a substance that an individual is ingesting will not resolve until that substance is removed. Additionally, nutritional therapies that include supplementation have provided many patients with a variety of profound disorders a degree of healing unheard of in mainstream practice, while generally avoiding the bizarre and often permanent side effects associated with long-term drug treatment. Join Teri for this fascinating discussion with Nancy Mullan, MD, who practices nutritional medicine and psychiatry, treating children on the autism spectrum and adults with physiologically-based emotional disorders.
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