An autism study just published in JAMA notes the following differences in brain chemicals in children with ASD at 3 to 4 years of age. Note what happens between age 3 and age 10:
Results At 3 to 4 years of age, the ASD group exhibited lower NAA, Cho, and Cr concentrations than did the TD group in both GM and WM, alterations that largely were not observed at 9 to 10 years of age. The DD group exhibited reduced GM and WM NAA concentrations at 3 to 4 years of age; GM NAA concentrations remained reduced at 9 to 10 years of age compared with the TD group. There were distinct differences between the ASD and DD groups in the rates of GM NAA, Cho, and Cr changes between 3 and 10 years of age.
Conclusions and Relevance The GM chemical changes between 3 and 10 years of age differentiated the children with ASD from those with DD. Most notably, a dynamic reversal of GM NAA reductions was observed in the children with ASD. By contrast, persistent GM NAA reductions in the children with DD suggest a different, more static, underlying developmental process.
The key here is knowing that 80% of autism is being caused in offspring by DNA mutations in father’s sperm cells. This is because cell phone radiation is causing small glitches in men’s sperm cells, then moving on to make a baby. (Visit CellphonesAutism or WhyAutismHappens to see this research).
At critical times up to 5 years of age, certain brain genes need to “kick in” to develop a child’s brain. The problem is that fathers have accidentally seeded glitchy DNA, so the “kicking in” is imperfect or never happens at all; the result is ASD.
The good news is that benelles are highly resilient. If given proper encouragement, the one good copy of DNA from the mother will carry extra weight and help the child normalize. This explains the study findings: that a dynamic reversal of brain chemicals in a good direction happens by age 10.
The most helpful outcome for children would be to inherit two copies of healthy DNA, but this will not happen for many children because men are not yet educated on how cell phone radiation is sickening their sperm cell benelles.
Corrigan NM, et al “Atypical developmental patterns of brain chemistry in children with autism spectrum disorder” JAMA Psychiatry 2013; DOI: 10.1001/jamapsychiatry.2013.1388.