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Wednesday, October 14, 2015


ADHD: A top group of child psychologists & psychiatrists failed to find any substantial evidence that there is a disease called ADHD. ADHD is purely a descriptive label given to a variety of children with learning & behavioral difficulties, and the "diagnosis" tells us nothing about the cause or treatment. Studies have shown ADHD children to be deficient in certain vitamins and minerals and have been successfully treated with large amounts of VIT C & B3 or Zinc & Magnesium -in which deficiency can produce symptoms associated with ADHD. A significantly higher percentage of children with ADHD have taken several courses of antibiotics in early childhood - which significantly lower levels of zinc, calcium, selenium and chromium.

A conference held by the National Institute of Health in the U.S. in '88 failed to find any substantial evidence that there is a single condition called ADHD. Some children diagnosed are simply super intelligent, bored & under stimulated, whose condition is exacerbated by poor diet. Others that are dyslexic, dyspraxic & unable to concentrate, often have a deficiency in essential fats.

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