At the next monthly meeting of the Complementary Health Education Organization (CHEO), Mary Alice Crapo will discuss the use of chlorine dioxide, known commercially as Miracle Mineral Supplement (MMS), for various health conditions, including malaria and autism. The meeting will be held from 4 to 6 p.m., August 19, in the yoga/speaker room of Nutrition World, located at 6201 Lee Highway in Chattanooga. The speaker room is behind the store, on Vance Road.
Crapo will present information on the work of MMS founder Jim Humble, Andreas Kalcker and Kerri Rivera, who uses MMS in her autism clinic in Mexico. “My overview of the history of Jim Humble’s MMS will include its successful application to malaria as well as other diseases in Africa, and the development of his protocols for MMS use,” Crapo says. “Then I’ll discuss Dr. Kalcker’s important research on parasites; the link between vaccines, worms and autism; and his parasite protocols using MMS. These protocols have been pivotal in Kerri Rivera’s success in healing autism in their Autism O2 clinic for over five years.”
CHEO meets the third Saturday of each month, from 4 to 6 p.m., at Nutrition World. CHEO’s educational programs are open to the public—donations are accepted but not required—and offer the public and holistic practitioners the opportunity to meet and discuss alternative health and wellness modalities. For more information, call or text 423-309-1060 or 423-322-2614.