Posted by Sue Persons
on January 18, 2000 at 10:24:26:
In Reply to: Re: ADD 10 year old? posted by Mike on January 18, 2000 at 04:31:20:
I would try a non-toxic food supplement which crosses the blood brain barrier and helps reduce symptoms like ADD. I know a man and son who use one for their ADD and last week I heard about a mom who saw results in her son after only 2 weeks. If you would like more information about this particular supplement they use contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
: Go and see a nutritionist about the weekly food your child eats then ask yourself did my mum stuff me full of chemicals.Dont buy processed food or any food with food colouring or preservatives(most of mcdonalds)in it.Cut out the sugars. Grow a garden of fresh vegetables.Read the response to Mary below then stop the poisoning of children and dont go down the Ritilan road if you expect your child to live a useful life.Insist your pediatrician SWALLOWS A HANDFUL OF ANY DRUGS THEY RECOMMEND TO SHOW YOU HOW SAFE IT IS.
: : I left a message last week on Atend with no response, I will take that as a it has no credibility reply. We went to the pediatricion on Friday with out my son for a conference. The doctor read the Connors test from the teachers and my wife and I, he said it looked like my son probably has ADD. We have an appointment with the school phsycoligist next week. Our son in our eyes simply has problems in a couple of subjects at school, even the teachers notes say he is well mannered and a pleasure to have in class. It seems to us that you can pick any problem you are having with a child and find enough criteria for ADD. How do you really know? By the way our pediatrician told us he has ADD and all three of his kids have it as well, his kids all take ritlan and the oldest is 23 and in college.Thanks for any information