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New Blog Worth Checking Out–Saving Savannah

July 27, 2012

I’m always on the lookout for new chelation stories to add to my list. So I was very glad to come across the new blog by Rebecca Claire called Saving Savannah. Rebecca started the blog to tell the story of her daughter’s recovery from autism using Frequent Dose Chelation.

But unlike other chelation blogs, this isn’t a live round-by-round account of a parent’s struggle to recover their child. It’s more like a retrospective–Rebecca’s daughter recovered years ago; she’s a neurotypical 6th grader now.

With the distance and perspective that only time can give, Rebecca tells the story of her daughter’s autism and recovery in beautifully written installments. I highly recommend that you start with the post Autism Is Like an Amusement Park Ride and read the posts sequentially by clicking on ‘next’ to get the full story. It really is remarkable.

Rebecca is one of the authors of the book Fight Autism and Win, a guide to treating autism using Frequent Dose Chelation. Maybe you’re like me, and you read the book and wondered, But who is Rebecca Claire and why is she writing this book? Well, this blog is the perfect complement to the book and will answer all your questions about what Rebecca had to go through to get to that place of hard-won wisdom and expertise.

Read and enjoy!

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2 Comments leave one →
  1. October 16, 2012 3:42 am

    To my knowledge, the creator of Saving Savannah has been found to be a fraud. FYI..

    • October 16, 2012 2:15 pm

      Okay, I just took that blog at face value…I need to look into this…Aine

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