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This section provides information specific to those interested in ADHD related topics.
We are currently assembling suggested readings. Here are our current favorite books by researchers and clinicians.
In his book, Healing the New Childhood Epidemics, Dr. Kenneth Bock and Cameron Stauth address the 4-A disorders: autism,
asthma, ADHD and allergies. It is Dr. Bock’s belief that these conditions are connected and can be successfully treated. Dr. Bock
and his colleagues have discovered that nutritional deficiencies, metabolic imbalances, modern toxins, genetic vulnerabilities
and assaults on the gastrointestinal and immune systems can bring about most of the symptoms of 4-A disorders. Based on years of
clinical success and medical research, Dr. Bock offers safe solution that is tailored to each child and addresses the root causes
of the symptoms.
When dealing with ADHD, learning disorders and autism, how many of us focus on the connection between our gut flora, what we eat,
and our mental state? Natasha Campbell-McBride, a British pediatrician and mother of an autistic child, explains how current
methods of food production, medicines and modern lifestyles have created a dangerous imbalance of the intestinal bacteria that
promote good health and those that cause illness. Dr. Campbell-McBride’s book, Gut and Psychology Syndrome, addresses the
importance of eliminating certain foods, such as dairy and wheat products, and incorporating others; fermented foods in particular,
to restore healthy gut functioning and improve mental functioning. The book addresses the concerns of parents and caregivers who
are interested in an alternative approach to alleviating the symptoms suffered by children with autism, ADHD and learning disorders.
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Fast foods and instant meals have become so much a part of the American food culture; most people never consider the impact they
have on our mental abilities. In her book, The Crazy Makers, Carol Simontacchi, a certified clinical nutritionist, examines
the relationship of the modern American diet to changing levels of chemicals in the brain. Through research, epidemiological
evidence, and formal studies of children’s eating habits, she identifies how the latest food products may be driving us crazy – then
tells us what we can do about it. Her book is organized by life stages, complete with easy to follow instructions, menu plans, and
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