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We Are Proud Partners of the Autism Hope Alliance!

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April 13, 2021
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The Autism Hope Alliance embodies hope for families facing the diagnosis of Autism through education, inspiration, financial support and volunteerism. They are a nonprofit foundation that has donated over $500k to help support other nonprofits on a similar mission.

We are proud to announce that we are Silver Partners of AHA. We are dedicated to spreading awareness and determined to help raise money for AHA and their community.

As part of being Silver Partners, we will be hosting annual giveaways for up to 300 families in the Autism community. By doing so, we will be donating bottles of Plant-Based Living Silica.

We are both very grateful and excited to begin our journey with AHA, not only because of our commitment to bettering society, but also because we feel that our product can benefit the Autism Community. 

In the past decade, international researchers have found a relationship between aluminum toxicity and autism. Silica is an element that supports the human body's ability to eliminate aluminum and other unwanted metals. 

Dr. Exley is a leading researcher in the field in the UK. He investigates the effects of aluminum concentrations on the human body and its relationship with autism and Alzheimer's.

In France, Professor Henri Joyeux and Professor Jean-Bernard Fourtillan have also done significant research to support this connection. Professor Henri Joyeux specializes in studying the effects of aluminum on health. Professor Jean-Bernard Fourtillan—who discovered the Valentonine and its health benefits—is currently conducting in-depth studies on how to mitigate Alzheimer's disease. Both scientist suggestthe active use of organic silica.

Experts recommend the use of organic silica to alleviate the effects of aluminum on the human body. Therefore, in the treatments they already prescribe, they incorporate silica, reducing the absorption and retention of aluminum.

If you would like to learn more about AHA and what they do, visit https://autismhopealliance.org/