Quack Exposed: Melissa Easton
She had the idea that parents who wanted to recover their children from autism needed a place where they can congregate with other likeminded parents in a safe, judgment-free environment that could be a sanctuary to complain about the "burden" of raising an autistic child. She wanted this to be a resource for learning about how to help children recover naturally and affordably. She wanted to make quackery affordable.
She started the group on Facebook Healing Kids Biomedically on Facebook in 2017. In 2019, she started her website www.DIGinthealth.com where she shares about the different forms of quackery she inflicted on her sons. This site has been shut down and uses the domain to sell Voxx Life quack products to suspecting parents.
Her DIG protocol: