A new book scheduled for release October 3, 2016 gives the history of how the pharmaceutical industry and others sold the West on the use of drugs for ADHD—a grossly over-diagnosed condition. It is a […]
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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Inflammation in the brain has been associated with a number of adverse neurological conditions, including among others, ADHD, obsessive compulsive disorder, PANDAS/PANS, autism, tic disorders and Alzheimer’s disease. A leaky blood-brain barrier allows immune molecules […]
Studies of single nutrients for ADHD do not indicate that a single vitamin, mineral, or amino acid can reduce symptoms. Yet, a more broad-based approach has been yielding positive results in a number of studies […]
TIPU SULTAN, MD Dr. Tipu Sultan is director of the Environmental Health and Allergy Center in St. Louis, Missouri. Board certified in pediatrics and environmental medicine, his primary approach to medicine is to determine and […]
After writing about natural diets for more than two decades, it’s easy for me to forget that many folks are just starting to think about this topic. The fact that supermarket aisles in North America […]
Editor: This program was preempted due to the tragic Orlando shooting that occurred on June 12. We will update this blog post when there is information on the future programming. Original post: On June 12, 2016, […]
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