Update on the Rochlitz Aldehyde Dyslexia Hypothesis

STEVEN ROCHLITZ


1986 CONFERENCE PAPER


Abstract:

Formaldehyde and acetaldehyde have been hypothesized by the author, to be primary causes of dyslexia. Remarkable, new forms of repatterning are disclosed. As These corrections and the Dennison Repatterning are all shown to simultaneously innervate the corpus callosum, gestalt hemisphere and the liver. In specific, emotional “disintegrations”, formaldehyde is theorized to be responsible. If prioritized, nutrition–not repatterning– is what the body “asks for”. Molybdenum and other nutrients help the liver to process the aldehydes. However the initial, prioritized correction for a dyslexia is revealed to be a full body balance for Candida/Acetaldehyde.


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