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Researchers’ Discovery Promises Answers on Autism

Isn’t it great that we have all seen such good results with autism, when parents simply ‘change brands’ and put their children on some nutrition, to help build their immune system. This both helps the body deal with toxins and reduces the overload, as we know, but it’s great that science is now finding ‘proof’. Thanks Deb MacNamara for bringing this article in The Australian to our awareness, we have included the article below.

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ADD/ADHD/ODD/ASD are not ‘diseases.’

In millions of households across the world, parents have noticed their children’s behaviour to be far more abnormal than expected, even within their particular age group. These abberant traits, as we have seen, have been prescribed medical epithets or disease classifications from the psychiatry fields of medicine along with ‘unavoidable’ prescribed drugs that can cause them irrepairebable harm.

But are these actually ‘mental diseases’ or do they have a more straight forward explanation? It hard to believe that medical science would not be following the healthiest path for children’s wellness, however Phillip Day, health researcher and international speaker and author would say otherwise. Day says in his 2003 book ‘The ABC’s of Disease’, “How likely is it that millions of children have suddenly become mentally ill?”
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EFA Supplements Better Than Ritalin Say Scientists

Attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) is a rapidly growing problem in the Western world.

It is estimated that 5-10% of school-age children (mostly boys) in Europe suffer from the disorder. Comparative figures for the USA and Australia are 3-7% and 11% – which is a frightingly high statistic for something that requires enforced medication.

Major symptoms of the disorder are difficulty in sustaining attention, hyperactivity, and impulsivity. ADHD is also associated with learning difficulties in reading, spelling, and math and may involve psychiatric problems that follow the child into adulthood.  Read More