Conceiving Extraordinary Children in a Toxic World: An Integral Approach to the Preconception Period
Today, one in two children live with one or more chronic health conditions. These conditions are often tied back to toxic triggers in the womb. In addition, one in four cannot conceive naturally without the help of assisted reproductive technologies. These technologies remove love and bonding from the moment of conception.
New findings confirm that preconception preparation including the elimination of heavy metals and toxins before conception is critical to successful birth outcomes and to the prevention of birth defects, which often occur in the first three months of gestation.
We will identify the optimal physiological, mental, emotional, and spiritual conditions to conceiving a healthy, happy baby. We will also review what the epigenetic and epidemiological research shows regarding the perinatal origins of violence. In addition, we will reveal a grand perinatal theory of autism, and discuss the etiology and progression of autism over the last 60 years.
Time:November 15, 2013 - 2:00pm - 3:30pm