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BioRay's LiverLife Reduces Food Allergies in Autistic Children
Date:4/22/2009

The powerful combination of herbal ingredients contained in the anti-oxidant LiverLife has been shown in clinical lab results to greatly reduce allergic responses in children with Autism Spectrum Disorder.

LAGUNA HILLS, Calif., April 22 /PRNewswire/ -- The liver bears the brunt of the chemical age, accumulating toxins that weaken the immune system. Laboratory tests show that BioRay's LiverLife(TM) significantly lowers the immune response to allergens in autistic children.

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One set of results from an IgG ELISA Food Panel, a biochemical test used to screen for allergens, showed a 48% average decrease in allergic response for 28 different foods. Nine of those foods ceased to produce an allergic response after three months on LiverLife(TM). Further testing showed that overall liver function improved by over 50% in just fifteen days of the subjects taking an increased dose of LiverLife(TM).

Allergies have increased by 400% in the last twenty years, noted Dr. Kenneth Bock, MD, in his book, "Healing the New Childhood Epidemics: Autism, ADHD, Asthma, and Allergies." Studies have shown a significant correlation between Autism Spectrum Disorder and the presence of food allergies.

For autistic children, the symptoms of a food allergy may be cognitive or behavioral rather than common allergy complaints like congestion, wheezing, or itching. By reducing the body's allergic response, LiverLife(TM) assists in resolving these behavioral symptoms. In contrast, allopathic medicine aims to block or suppress the immune response for allergies and is frequently only a temporary symptom fix for a systemic weakness. Prescribed medications may also cause side effects, and compromise the immune system with prolonged use.

Ingredients such as maitake mushrooms, milk thistle and red root in LiverLife(TM) work to eliminate toxins by opening phase I and phase II detox pathways in the liver, rendering the body less susceptible to environmental pollutants and allergens. "LiverLife(TM) performs an important role for anyone living in a post World War II era. It is vitally important that our liver is healthy and maintains its ability to function through the onslaught of manufactured chemicals and pesticides that are in our environment today," says Stephanie Ray, CEO & Founder of BioRay, Inc.

About BioRay

For 18 years BioRay has produced natural and clinically tested herbal formulas. BioRay is a global leader in treating environmental health issues in children and adults.


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