More than 6 million U.S. youngsters are struck with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD). Nature may offer relieve based on easily viable dietary adjustment. Read on to learn about details.
THE PHILOSOPHY BEHIND
According to U.S. National Survey of Children’s Health (NSCH), more than 6 million children in the country aged 2-17 are struck with ADHD, a neurodevelopmental health issue. Additional to more than 4% of adults suffering same problem. Verified by the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).
To put it in practical terms, these ADHD-related kids are fidget and hyperactive in permanent action such as running/climbing/jumping. Easily distracted from following instructions and paying attention.
Leading to inadequate social/academic/economic problems, increasing also the risk of injury and even hospitalization.
To get out of this seemingly vicious cycle, almost 2 thirds of these ADHD-struck kids are treated with synthetic drugs. Unfortunately, lacking appropriate success.
NATURE’S ANSWER – SCIENTIFICALLY VERIFIED
Only recently, Ohio State University in Columbus, OH, carried out a study with children aged 6-12 suffering ADHD, based on healthy diet with special reference to fruits and vegetables, to decrease ADHD symptoms.
Scientifically verified by, inter alia, at
- University of Illinois in Chicago, IL
- University of Central Arkansas in Conway, AR
So far, so good – but which components of healthy food play a decisive role?
These are, inter alia, certain
* vitamin B-6
As to be found in eggs, fish, peanuts, and potatoes
- fatty fish
- egg yolks
- beef liver
- fortified foods
- pumpkin seeds
- kidney beans
as found in
To cut down ADHD symptoms, also
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