Posts Tagged ‘ ADD ’

HOMESCHOOLING AND NUTRITION

2010/06/09 Published HOMESCHOOLING AND NUTRITION Healthy snacking for homeschooling and children of all ages, especially those with learning disabilities, is a major concern for all of us, but it is even more important for children coping with ADD, ADHD and those on the autism spectrum of disorders. The purpose of healthy snacking is to...

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EXCESSIVE COPPER, IRON & LEAD, WHY BE CONCERNED?

2010/06/05 Published (Part 3 of 4 of Why Be Concerned About Heavy Metals?) In Part 1, we discussed the difference between heavy metal “poisoning” and being heavy metal “toxic”.  To get a feel for the impact that heavy metal toxic accumulation might be playing on your health, read this article in its entirety. When...

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WHO NEEDS FATTY ACIDS? (PART A)

2010/03/28 Published Essential fatty acids are the core building blocks for all our cell membranes. Imbalances in fatty acids are more common in those suffering from chronic inflammation. Individuals with chronic fatigue, fibromyalgia, arthritis, autism, heart disease, arteriosclerosis, Crohn’s disease, Asperger’s, depression, ulcerative colitis, and auto-immune diseases such as Lupus and Hashimoto’s, and those...

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Anna Manayan

Anna Manayan