Recent research undertaken by Professor Christopher Exley and his team from Keele University in Staffordshire leaves parents with little doubt that aluminum plays a crucial part in the brain tissue of individuals with autism.
For the very first time, Exley and his team had the unique opportunity to examine the brain tissue of individuals who had died with a diagnosis of autism.
And what they discovered was truly shocking. Their study determined that the brain tissue of individuals who had died with a diagnosis of autism contained the highest levels of aluminum of any other brain tissue that had been examined by the team.
In a video released on November 29, 2017, Exley explained his findings. He stated that: