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The A.D.D. and A.D.H.D. Diet! : A Comprehensive Look at Contributing Factors and Natural Treatments for Symptoms of Attention Deficit Disorder and Hyperactivity Diet by Rachel Bell, Howard Peiper, Nina Anderson (Editor), Doris Rapp (The publisher , November 29, 1998 Back cover information:  The very latest information on what to eat, what to avoid, problems with chemicals, supplements that help, non-dietary approaches, reasons for ADD/ADHD and more...Is there a connection between chemical fumes and learning ability?..Can maldigestion contribute to behavior problems?..What is commonly misdiagnosed as ADD or ADHD/...Can diet contribute to fatigue and depression?..What really is ADD/ADHD/...Is the problem hereditary)?

The A.D.D. Quest for Identity : Inside the Mind of Attention Deficit Disorder by George H. Green ("From Chapter 1: LK was always considered bright, but he hated school. From first grade he had fits of anxiety making his mother drag him out from under his bed to meet the bus.
As time wore on, his anxieties became more subtle. He appeared to have gotten over whatever it was, but his grades remained low. LK's teachers continued telling him and his parents how bright he was as he continued to befriend his teachers rather than interact with his peers. When he did get involved with his peers, he stayed within a very small group except to get into trouble. Years later he confided to a counselor that he had no memories of ever feeling like he belonged in any school or even of being especially smart. He recalled how he insisted on inviting only adults to his eighth birthday party.
His grades got worse, but this was only a small part of the problem. His anxieties at school found expression at home as he felt increasingly isolated from his peers. Sarcasm and anger characterized much of his communications. With extreme dependence on his older brother, LK established self-doubt and low self-esteem as his strongest personality traits. "He could do better if only he tried," was the litany that accompanied him through the long, lonely halls of his academic career)."

ADD & ADHD: Complementary Medicine Solutions by Charles Gant "(This exciting book finally reveals to the world what complementary medicine has to offer to patients and their parents who are victims of this devastating Twentieth-Century malady. Dr. Gant's approach properly corrects the problem, instead of thoughtlessly prescribing Ritalin with all its side effects, simply to shut the patients up. In my opinion, Dr. Gant has more knowledge and experience than anybody in this field of medicine, and specifically in the real psychoneuropathology of ADD/ADHD. He and his coworkers have put together a foolproof method of handling the whole problem
I strongly recommend the reading of this revolutionary book by all sufferers of ADD/ADHD, their families, their teachers, and all healthcare personnel who attempt to treat them)."

 

Add : ...the Facts, ...the Fables ... Hope for Your Family by Theresa Lamson "(In this first-of-its-kind book, Theresa Lamson inspires personal excellence while providing a fresh approach to old behavioral problems. This book cuts through the guilt and stigma of raising children with ADD and provides practical answers for parents, grandparents, teachers and members of the family of God who want to help but don't know how)."