Autism Amalgam And Me - Jodi's Journey Continues by Jean Shaw

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YES! - Your Teeth Really Can Be Killing You! Amalgam mercury poisoning affects many people and the problem is becoming increasingly recognised by professionals who previously dismissed the possibility as being completely unfounded.

Autism Amalgam and Me is a true story. It deals with two subjects - autism and mercury poisoning caused by dental amalgams.
Jean Shaw explains why she believes her son developed autism after his MMR vaccination, and her subsequent research reveals the connection between dental work she had done whilst she was pregnant,and childhood vaccinations containing thimerosal, which is actually 49.6% ethyl-mercury.

The World Health Organisation admit there is no "safe" amount of mercury in our bodies and with increasing evidence to suggest people are being poisoned by their mercury amalgam fillings, we have to ask, "Why is this substance is still allowed to be used?"

Jean also asks why silver dental fillings, which contain fifty per cent mercury, (the second most toxic substance on the planet), are routinely placed in our mouths?

Including other true stories, vast anecdotal evidence and professional research and opinion, "Sherlock Shaw" details her findings in an informative and often humorous manner, culminating in an invitation for the reader to decide if her theory about Jodi's autism is correct.

This is the second book about her son Jodi and continues from where the amusing and engaging I'm Not Naughty, I'm Autistic - Jodi's Journey left off.

However, this book does not have to be read in sequence as the information contained within is a complete story, and also includes the true story of Bryan who almost died because of the poisoning from the combination of amalgam mercury fillings and gold crowns in his mouth.

About Jean Shaw

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Jean Shaw started writing because of peer pressure, and has now established herself as a ghost writer, and script writer, but her passion is helping small local businesses get online. You can see Jean's profile at
Published August 11, 2011 203 pages
Genres: Health, Fitness & Dieting, Parenting & Relationships. Non-fiction

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