The Perfect Storm of Autism

storm_cityThe Center for Modeling Optimal Outcomes®, LLC (The Center) has found various relationships between neurotransmitters (brain chemicals) which result in maintaining equilibrium. Members of the team then decided to test the validity of the model to determine if the disruptions that cause autism could be identified.

What they propose is that autism results in a disruption of several variables in the human body and brain. This, in turn, creates a “perfect storm” scenario. This scenario then results in Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD).

The Center’s findings, which still need to be verified by the scientific community, indicate that autism results in an imbalance between a pair of amino acid neurotransmitters: glutamate and glycine.

The Center’s founder, William McFaul, is a retired business person and not a member of the scientific community. According to McFaul, it is “because of its universal applicability, our Life Sciences group has already used the model as a tool to identify highly probable causal paths for several illnesses and disease entities. Autism was one of most difficult illnesses The Center had attempted to analyze.”

McFaul continued on to say, “If it hadn’t been for so many parents insisting that vaccines were responsible for the condition, we might never have found the fact that the stabilizer in MMR and a few other vaccines is hydrolyzed gelatin; a substance that is approximately 21% glycine. It appears that, based on readily verifiable science, the use of that form of glycine triggers an imbalance between the amino acid neurotransmitters responsible for the absorption rate of certain classes of cells throughout the body. It is that wide-spread disruption that apparently results in the systemic problems that encompass the mind and the body characterized in today’s ‘classic’ autism.”

“The use of our model indicates each of the disorders within Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) is attributable to different disruptions in homeostasis. We look forward to sharing our findings relative to each disorder with the scientific community.”

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