ADD, ADHD or N.D.D. (Nutritional Deficit Disorder)?

I was watching a television program this morning and there was a specialist who stated that if you think your child has ADD, perhaps they really have N.D.D.  He says it is his own term which stands for Nutritional Deficit Disorder.

There were three ingredients he mentioned to watch out for on all food labels that would help your child’s health.  Read the rest of this entry »

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Feingold Diet for ADHD and Healthy Living

Where do food dyes come from? Those pretty colors that make the “fruit punch” red, the gelatin green and the oatmeal blue are made from petroleum (crude oil) which is also the source for gasoline.You will find them on the ingredient labels, listed as “Yellow No. 5,” “Red 40,” “Blue #1,” etc. The label may say “FD&C” before the number. That means “Food, Drug & Cosmetics.” When you see a number listed as “D&C” in a product, such as “D&C Red #33” it means that this coloring is considered safe for medicine (drugs) and cosmetics, but not for food. See more about colorings. Read the rest of this entry »

An ADHD Success Story Without Drugs

On Atypical_Antipsychotics Yahoo Group a mother writes:

Dear group:

I deeply appreciate being invited to this group.

I also deeply appreciate all of the members of this egroup.  You are all “fellow warriors” in my eyes… for fighting Big Pharma’s many lies for the sake of profits, and at the expense of human health.

Many of you have heard of my son Willy Darman’s rather amazing story of recovery from other egroups, as I have widely been circulating it (and its revisions) around the Internet for a few years.  I sincerely hope that you enjoyed it. Read the rest of this entry »