Monday, May 3, 2010

Apology and good info!

I am so sorry for being away from the blog for so long. Between allergy season, the DAN! conference, and general life, things have been nuts. Plus, we have a special project that I'm hoping to announce this week. I know it's a tease, but trust me, it will be worth it. (At least in my opinion!)

The news that I absolutely had to share was that Generation Rescue is offering grants to help families who are just starting biomedical treatments. Applicatins are being accepted now until May 31, 2010. I am hoping that most of you won't qualify because you are already doing biomedical treatments with your child. However, if you haven't started, or have a friend who is thinking about it, now is the time!


Unknown said...

Hi Renee! Just wanted to say hello. I was researching Enhansa as I'm considering starting it for my autistic son. I was glad to see that you and others have seemed to have good results!

My blog is about the Specific Carbohydrate Diet (SCD) but I just wanted to give you a wave and a shout out. Best to you and thanks for the information! :)


Renee said...

Thanks! We thought about the SCD diet for Michael, but since he is allergic to both peanuts and egg, it really limited what we could give him. Especially when you consider cross-contamination issues with other nuts.

We absolutely LOVE enhansa. I take it myself to keep my own yeast under control. If you are on a prescription anti-fungal, I highly recommend adding enhansa at the end to keep the yeast from coming back. That way you have the die off from the Rx but don't have it again with the enhansa. Make sense?