Posted by Devin Houston
on August 07, 2000 at 10:16:05:
In Reply to: Seren Aid posted by Jane on August 06, 2000 at 19:34:20:
Jane, a recent follow-up study of those children who were involved in testing with SerenAid indicates that about 58% reported to have some improvement. Areas of improvement were noted in digestion (less constipation and diarrhea), socialization skills (made eye contact, interact with others), and learning (better focus, less distracted).
Some did not note improvement until after about 2 months or more, others saw improvement in a matter of a couple of weeks. There were reports of initial hyperactivity and aggression in some, indicating a withdrawal effect from the opiate-like peptides (means its working, but the withdrawal symptoms can be rough to live with). Many of the effects were similar to those who are on the gluten/casein-free diet, not surprising since both accomplish the same thing: fewer exorphin peptides in the child's system.
Sorry for the length, hope this is helpful.
: Has anybody out there used Seren Aid? If so, have you has good results?