ADHD and Nutrition

2024-05-04T14:45:22+00:00By |Children's Corner|

Children who are extremely overactive may be diagnosed as having attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) – but how do you know whether this isn’t just normal childhood behaviour, or even due to a physical problem or a food allergy? And if he does have ADHD, are drugs the answer, or are there other ways in which you can help?

Nature – a Solution to ADHD?

2021-08-24T12:07:52+00:00By |Children's Corner|

We have forgotten our interdependence within our own species as well as with other species with which we share this planet. Getting back into nature with wild animals and tribal people, who have not forgotten, can help us reconnect and remember our roots with benefits for our children.

Support for the Child that Struggles to Concentrate

2021-08-03T11:31:07+00:00By |Experts|

There are alternatives to conventional drugs that can address ADHD. Control sugar consumption, since sugar can affect brain co-ordination. Also, look out for allergies, whether his symptoms are related to ADHD or not, as yellow, red and blue food dyes, citrus fruit, peanuts, cow’s milk and tomatoes are often implicated in allergies, particularly for ADD and ADHD sufferers. Dr Sandi Nye offers some advise.

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