UPDATED 11-22-17

This post is updated to provide folks a better understanding of manganese deficiency symptoms and food sources of manganese.  Please visit BALANCE Me Beautiful website  http://www.balancemebeautiful.com/detect-a-manganese-deficiency-and-overcome-it/  to learn more about detecting and overcoming a manganese deficiency. 

SUGGESTED PREVENTION PROTOCOL FOR DOWN'S SYNDROME

INTRODUCTION

To date, researchers do not know, or have not revealed, the root cause of Down's Syndrome.   The root cause is present every time Down's Syndrome occurs--and, every time it occurs, the root cause is present. 

The following Down's Syndrome prevention Protocol was invented by an Iowalive net worker, using Iowalive’s proprietary algorithms and data base.   The Protocol is generously provided to all, at no cost or obligation to anyone.  The inventor, experienced at solving the most difficult problems, has no intention to file for a patent--but rather hopes for wide use of the Protocol.  It is ready for trial testing, or trial use, and people are welcome to support such tests, or use, as desired--at their discretion. 

The inventor receives no compensation or benefits from the producers of products suggested in the Protocol.  Similarly, the inventor does not prescribe or make any specific health claims for the Protocol.   Should anyone require medical advice for any health reason, they should consult their doctors and medical care providers. 

It is the sole intent of the Protocol to prevent Down’s Syndrome. 

THE ROOT CAUSE OF DOWN’S SYNDROME

The inventor finds the root cause of Down’s Syndrome to be a deficiency in *manganese during the first month of pregnancy.   Unfortunately, the inventor finds causative deficiency levels of manganese might not always be detectable with available deficiency testing methods.   This places pregnant women, conventional health care researchers and providers--at a huge disadvantage. 

If you enter Down's Syndrome and manganese in a GOOGLE search, you will find about 61,800 references.  The linkage of Down’s Syndrome and manganese is not new to those outside the medical and pharmaceutical establishments. 

The inventor has no knowledge of any side effects from the levels of manganese used in the Protocol.  Manganese has been competitively marketed for many years, without any known complaints from users.  More information on side effects is posted on website:  http://www.umm.edu/altmed/articles/manganese-000314.htm 

RESEARCHERS CLAIM DOWN'S SYNDROME CAN'T BE PREVENTED

It is interesting the medical profession and researchers claim there is no way to prevent Down's Syndrome--as typically posted on website:

 http://www.mayoclinic.com/health/down-syndrome/DS00182/DSECTION=prevention   and other websites as well. 

However, the many side effects of commonly accepted Down’s Syndrome treatments, prescribed by doctors, are beyond the scope of this discussion. 

Total cost of the off-the-shelf manganese is less than $10, including shipping costs.   This alone has likely discouraged  researchers and pharmaceutical companies from pursuing a nutritionally based prevention treatment for Down’s Syndrome.  

 SUGGESTED PREVENTION PROTOCOL FOR DOWN'S SYNDROME

  1. 40 OZ. OF TAP WATER PER DAY, MINIMUM
  2. During the first month of pregnancy, 4 mg. OF MANGANESE TAKEN DAILY ON AN EMPTY STOMACH.  Total Cost to be about $6 for a bottle of 100 tablets.   Suitable manganese amounts might be available in formulations for pregnant women.    Manganese taken after the first month has little chance of preventing Down's Syndrome. 

FOLLOW-UP

Nothing beyond normal pregnancy care. 

RESULTS EXPECTATIONS

Prevention of  Down's Syndrome

CLOSURE

THIS PROTOCOL IS SUBJECT TO REFINEMENT, BASED ON RESULTS OF EXTENSIVE USE.  

IT IS NOT THE INVENTORS INTENTION TO PRESCRIBE OR MAKE SPECIFIC HEALTH CLAIMS FOR THIS  PROTOCOL.  SHOULD ANYONE REQUIRE ADVICE FOR ANY HEALTH REASON, IT IS ADVISED THAT THEY CONSULT THEIR DOCTORS.     

* Symptoms and signs of detectable manganese deficiency and more are presented on website:  http://www.whfoods.com/genpage.php?tname=nutrient&dbid=77