On February 6, I was honored to have a guest blog article published on ADHD Gift, a site that was put into motion by Mark Patey, a multi-talented entrepreneur with ADHD. To view the article, click here.
Ah, the holidays. Time to pig out on each celebration’s artificial color and flavor-pumped snacks. You might have thought junk food was mostly for Halloween, but other holidays are just as competitive for your kiddo.
It has been estimated that 64% of ADHD cases are caused by food sensitivities. If that’s true, then 64% of cases should be “cured” by diet, right? Well, let’s get hopping!! But wait – what are my food sensitivities?
ADHD diagnosis was a breeze for my son.
When it comes to ADHD treatment, medication takes center stage. Drugs like Ritalin and Adderall have been such controversial attention-grabbers that sometimes it seems the medications are more well-known than ADHD. This hype is why many people don’t realize that natural treatment options exist.
Through happenstance I found out I could use natural treatment for my 7-year-old son instead of medication. To pay the blessing forward, I’m sharing what I’ve learned so other parents may benefit.
After troubleshooting issues at school for over a year, my husband and I discovered our son had ADHD. The path we took to reach his diagnosis was unexpected, but what followed was also unexpected … could we really treat ADHD without medication?