Has anyone ever tried Mila?

Lynn - posted on 09/01/2011 ( 7 moms have responded )

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My sister-in-law was telling about a product called Mila which is a nutritional supplement that people are also using to help treat Autism. Has anyone tried this? I'll try anything but, it's expensive so I was hoping I could find someone else who's used it first.

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Jennifer Mace - posted on 11/10/2011

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Hi Lynn, I just began using Mila with my two-and-a-half year old son, Drew. He has Autism and is non-verbal. Mila is not a supplement, but a whole, raw FOOD. It is THE best thing I have ever tried with Drew, in fact upon serving him Mila, he spoke his first word!!!! His teachers and therapists have all noticed a significant difference in him for the better. I am a huge skeptic about a lot of stuff, but Im SO glad I found this amazing food. It is 100% safe and it has been AMAZING for Drew. Please feel free to call me (443) 848-1345 and I can tell you everything I've learned about it. Or you can email me at LoveMyBlackAndGold@Yahoo.com. I am signing up as a distributor as of tomorrow because I want everyone I know to learn about this, ESPECIALLY those in the Autism community. I hope to hear from you!!! Good luck!

Sandra - posted on 09/13/2011

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i havent tried Mila, but we use Reliv, which is along the same lines as a nutritional supplement. I spent $50 to $100 per month, depending on what extras I get, but the basic kids formula will run you about $50 per month. it is in powder form and you can mix it with whatever you want. if you are interested please message me on here or on facebook.

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Shiela - posted on 03/22/2012

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I agree with Jennifer 100%!!!



Mila is amazing for a number of symptoms, Autistic children are responding wonderfully to the nutricious whole raw food! I too am available to talk to and have researched this for other moms. Shiela Wyatt 407-462-2679

Lynn - posted on 09/12/2011

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Turns out it is a legitimate super-food such as spirulina, spinach, sweet potatoes, beans, salmon, etc. I guess it couldn't hurt.

Beth - posted on 09/06/2011

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from the research I have done it looks like it might work because it is for lowering blood pressure.....what scares me about supplements is that there is no REAL regulation on them. My son takes Tenex sincewe can not afford Intuniv.....and I don't care whatthe doctor says it does not work as well AT ALL but it will do - until my insurance decides it is NOT a speciality drug or I win the lottery - which ever happens first.

Katherine - posted on 09/04/2011

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I've never heard of this for Autism. You may have a hard time finding moms who have. I would research it on google.

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