William J. Walsh, PhD This review, published initially in the Health Research Institute Quarterly, was written by Dr. William Walsh and is reprinted with permission. When a double-blind experiment studying the effects of sugar on […]
Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) is an increasingly common condition usually diagnosed in childhood. The key symptoms are inattention, hyperactivity and/or impulsivity.
While typically treated with medications and behavioral interventions, ADHD has been associated with environmental factors including diet, nutritional imbalances, infection, and toxic exposures. Many cases of ADHD can be treated with dietary modifications and nutrients, avoiding toxic exposures, and other natural approaches such as EEG biofeedback.
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William Crook, MD, a valued member of our medical advisory board who passed away in 2002, shared letters he received from patients and physicians related to hyperactivity and attention disorders. Dr. Crook was author of […]
Bernard Rimland, PhD Dr. Rimland, an advisory board member for ACN Latitudes, wrote this article in the mid 1990s; the recommendations remain valuable today. I receive many letters and phone calls from parents and teachers […]
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