is a form of an amino acid, extremely non-toxic, found naturally in low
levels in foods like meats, seeds, and grains. It is a versatile normalizer
of several physiological functions and is worthwhile considering as a
nutritional supplement for any immune function problem.
most exciting use of DMG arose from a study by the Medical University
of South Carolina. It was reported in the "Journal of Infectious
Diseases" that in a double blind clinical study, DMG increases antibody
production by more than 400% in humans.
is a nutrient that, according to reports from thousands of families, is
quite beneficial to many autistic individuals. Similar to vitamin B6 and
magnesium, DMG is safe, relatively inexpensive, and helps about half of
autistic children and adults.
Research has shown
that DMG strengthens the immune system. The immune system is dysfunctional
in many autistic individuals. Some autistic children and adults have seizures,
and there are published reports of decreases in seizure activity as a
result of DMG.
The recommended daily
dose of DMG is between one to four 125 mg tablets for a child, and between
two and eight tablets for an adult. Initially, a person should begin with
one 125 mg tablet (a ½ tablet for a small child), and then increase
the amount by one tablet every 2 to 3 days.