San Diego, CA (PRWEB) February 7, 2008
Major changes implemented in dietary practices over the last fifty years, but more importantly, during the past 15-20 years, are more than a mere coincidence to these disorders.
Stopping Autism dead in its tracks is the goal of this exciting new book, which seeks to incite a new direction in research to confirm the cause, prevention, and cure of Autism Spectrum Disorder, as suggested by the compelling circumstantial evidence provided in his book.
A Food Scientist and Nutritionist, Dr. Rongey has published two earlier books on the impact that a complete and balanced diet can have in the prevention of most non-infectious chronic diseases and disorders. These books bring to light just what happens as a result of not following such a diet. The rapid increase in the incidence of these diseases and disorders since 1960, and particularly autism in the past 15-20 years, is clearly related to the dietary changes recommended now for the past 50 years.
Fortunately, those changes have not been fully implemented by the general population, despite all the hype and scare-tactics put forth by those who obviously have another agenda, one that has nothing to do with promoting better public health. As detailed in this new book, it is the individuals who subscribe to those seemingly "expert" recommendations who appear to be at much greater risk for these diseases and disorders.
The basic premise is that autism is caused by malnutrition and can thus be prevented, and in most cases, cured by making dietary choices that ensure a complete and balanced diet, not considered possible if following the recommendations as provided by "My Pyramid" or other mainstream so-called "healthy diets."
To purchase this book or to learn more about this book, as well as the other books in his series, visit Dr. Rongey's web site at http://www.whostolemyfood.com or contact him at 714 624-3029.