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3 Steps NOT Anti ADD ADHD Drug but Pro-Natural

[spoiler] Hi, Jon Bennett here with 3 Steps to Conquering ADD‑ADHD. And often I get the question, why are you against ADD drugs? And, some people would get upset because we teach natural methods and they feel like that we’re anti‑ADD drug. Well, it’s not necessarily that simple. Number one, we don’t condemn anybody that […]

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Truly Happy Holidays (Even with ADD/ADHD) – Part 2

You will recall that last week’s article focused on some of the reasons why the holiday period can sometimes be very frustrating for people dealing with ADD/ADHD (either in themselves or their children). It obviously goes without saying that most people would prefer not to have their experience of what is supposed to be one […]

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Powering up the Nerve Centre: Nutrition and the Brain

In past articles we have been looking at the way in which a Low GI diet can counteract some of the effects of ADD-ADHD by releasing energy into the bloodstream in a controlled and consistent way. With this week’s article we are going to take a step back in order to emphasize why doing your […]

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ADD ADHD Drugs and the Placebo Effect

Shocking New Research We are all familiar with the so-called ‘placebo effect’. This is where someone begins to feel significantly better after receiving ‘fake’ medication (usually a sugar pill or a tablet with no active pharmacological ingredients). The existence of the placebo effect amply demonstrates that the belief that a condition is being treated can […]

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Does Caffeine REALLY Affect ADHD?

There’s hardly a person out there who hasn’t used caffeine, and who from time to time, has had too much of it.  The result?  Often people report feeling jittery, nervous, and hyperactive when they have used too much.  That’s because caffeine acts just like an amphetamine!  For others who use too much, they report feeling […]

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