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My son has always had behaviors that the schools and doctors said was ADHD. He's not hyper, but insanely inattentive. I was pressured in to medicating him when he was younger, but the side effects were really bad, so after trying several types of drugs, I had enough. I took him off the pills and started homeschooling.

I've still had lots of issues with his inattentive behaviors, so after doing some research online, I had him tested for food allergies. It turns out that he's allergic to corn, wheat, soy, peanuts, and tree nuts. None of the allergies are severe, which is why he wasn't diagnosed earlier.

He hasn't eaten any of the food he's allergic to for 5 days, and I'm already seeing an improvement in his behavior. So why don't doctors test for this kind of thing in pediatric patients who present behavior issues? Why are pills the first treatment offered?

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I think it's a pretty big conspiracy thay something as simple as an allergy can be misdiagnosed as a mental disorder that gets children placed on dangerous pharmaceuticals.

[link to mobile.nytimes.com]
"Sales of stimulants to treat A.D.H.D. have more than doubled to $9 billion in 2012 from $4 billion in 2007, according to the health care information company IMS Health."

How many of those kids have a hifden food allergy or some other medical condition that manifests with inattentive or hyperactive behavior?
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You're probably right OP. Our food supply is so corrupted now, it makes me sick to think about it. Not to mention the whole Pepsi news about using aborted fetuses as an artificial sweetener. Our bodies were not meant for so much of the artificial crap they put I'm everything nowadays. No wonder we're acting adversely. I say OFF WITH THEIR HEADS!
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Thread: Children born to parents who eat GM wheat may DIE before age five, warn scientists

[link to rense.com]

Thread: Who lives "Gluten Free" and has it made a difference in your life?

Thread: Modern wheat a "perfect, chronic poison...created by genetic research" contains NEW protein which works as an opiate!


This kind of GMO diet is geared toward development of allergy/intolerance/illness and is put in place to cause dependency on the pharmaceutical industry...


They literally create and define the illness, then they offer you their magic pill.


They are trying to control every facet of peoples' lives with this method.


Thread: The Plan to Control Your Emotions: Cataplexy - Hypocretin - "PBA"

Thread: antidepressants are SOUL EATERS!






Thread: Why 80 Percent of People Worldwide Will Soon Stop Eating Wheat
At some point in our history, this ancient grain was nutritious in some respects, however modern wheat really isn’t wheat at all. Once agribusiness took over to develop a higher-yielding crop, wheat became hybridized to such an extent that it has been completely transformed from it’s prehistorical genetic configuration.
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You're probably right OP. Our food supply is so corrupted now, it makes me sick to think about it. Not to mention the whole Pepsi news about using aborted fetuses as an artificial sweetener. Our bodies were not meant for so much of the artificial crap they put I'm everything nowadays. No wonder we're acting adversely. I say OFF WITH THEIR HEADS!
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Of course, most of the food he's allergic too is usually all GMO amd heavily sprayed with pesticides. Im sure rjat has a lot to do with it.
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Hi OP,

Here's something to consider as I have late-adult onset AADD (Adult ADD).

I wouldn't look to food allergies first. Break things into smaller parts instead. Instead of giving him a list of three things, give him one. Then two, etc.

One thing that helped me was putting things on colored paper to help organize my mind (red = important, yellow = steps, etc.)

I feel your pain.
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Processed food makes me want to vomit for real and congrats for home schooling him .There is no motivation for public school abuse ect no wonder he is placed on meds to cope with b.s there was no adhd when I was in school in the 90,s
pushing pills is the norm now. be a good mom as your are op
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double post sorry

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Shitloads of pharmaceuticals being fed like candy to those the inept doctors deem "insane" or "ADHD" or "hyper" or "autistic"...


Not to mention all the other meds for physical diseases.


HERE, HAVE SOME ASPARTAME. YOU CAN FIND IT IN FUCKING EVERYTHING THESE DAYS.


Thread: Dairy Industry Wants to Put Aspartame in Milk


Not to mention all the anti-depressants for everyone and their 5 year old who feels "sad".


YOU FEEL SAD BECAUSE YOUR LIFE IS FUCKING CONTROLLED, YOUR HEALTH (or lack thereof) IS LITERALLY A MONEY MAKING SCHEME.


Humans need to change their diet, growing their own food, eating raw, etc. But even that isn't going to help with all the other harmful elements wreaking havoc on the planet because of humankind...

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Thanks for the info, I might just get one of mine tested for alergys. Well my be all, but only 1 has some issues.
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Hi OP,

Here's something to consider as I have late-adult onset AADD (Adult ADD).

I wouldn't look to food allergies first. Break things into smaller parts instead. Instead of giving him a list of three things, give him one. Then two, etc.

One thing that helped me was putting things on colored paper to help organize my mind (red = important, yellow = steps, etc.)

I feel your pain.
 Quoting: rainlover


His doctor gave him a blood test for antibodies to common food and environmental allergens. He tested positive for the foods I listed, as well as four common molds, dust mites, and dogs and cats.

I've done lots of behaviors modification techniques with him, but nothing was really helping much. He would just space out during a school assignment or other task. He was also fairly defiant, oppositional, and incredibly moody, in spite of consistent discipline. These behaviors are quickly disappearing on his new diet.
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Shitloads of pharmaceuticals being fed like candy to those the inept doctors deem "insane" or "ADHD" or "hyper" or "autistic"...


Not to mention all the other meds for physical diseases.


HERE, HAVE SOME ASPARTAME. YOU CAN FIND IT IN FUCKING EVERYTHING THESE DAYS.


Thread: Dairy Industry Wants to Put Aspartame in Milk


Not to mention all the anti-depressants for everyone and their 5 year old who feels "sad".


YOU FEEL SAD BECAUSE YOUR LIFE IS FUCKING CONTROLLED, YOUR HEALTH (or lack thereof) IS LITERALLY A MONEY MAKING SCHEME.


Humans need to change their diet, growing their own food, eating raw, etc. But even that isn't going to help with all the other harmful elements wreaking havoc on the planet because of humankind...
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Oh sure, you can stave the diseases off a little bit by taking those steps (raw organic etc)...


But at the end of the day with Fukushima still spittling, nano-technology being engineered to infiltrate every space, deadly viruses being spliced together into a surekill plague, all the harmful radio waves bombarding us on a constant basis causing damage our wildest imaginations would have difficulty predicting...


It's fucked, my friends.


Don't worry about that asteroid...


It's painless compared to this.
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Thanks for the info, I might just get one of mine tested for alergys. Well my be all, but only 1 has some issues.
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The test my kid's dr did was a simple blood draw. Since he tested positive for so much, he's getting sent to an allergist for more intensive testing.
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Thanks for the pin!
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Oh sure, you can stave the diseases off a little bit by taking those steps (raw organic etc)...


But at the end of the day with Fukushima still spittling, nano-technology being engineered to infiltrate every space, deadly viruses being spliced together into a surekill plague, all the harmful radio waves bombarding us on a constant basis causing damage our wildest imaginations would have difficulty predicting...


It's fucked, my friends.


Don't worry about that asteroid...


It's painless compared to this.
 Quoting: Mister Obvious


in fuku 1 thread I bought a digital Geiger counter and took readings here in Michigan and based the readings on chernobil on medical readings from the disaster cancer in 10 years sorry to de rail this buzzed and pissed agean hf
you are correct.
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I think it's a pretty big conspiracy thay something as simple as an allergy can be misdiagnosed as a mental disorder that gets children placed on dangerous pharmaceuticals.

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I think it's a pretty big conspiracy thay something as simple as an allergy can be misdiagnosed as a mental disorder that gets children placed on dangerous pharmaceuticals.

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tardpump2popcorn
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I don't what you mean.
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Oh sure, you can stave the diseases off a little bit by taking those steps (raw organic etc)...


But at the end of the day with Fukushima still spittling, nano-technology being engineered to infiltrate every space, deadly viruses being spliced together into a surekill plague, all the harmful radio waves bombarding us on a constant basis causing damage our wildest imaginations would have difficulty predicting...


It's fucked, my friends.


Don't worry about that asteroid...


It's painless compared to this.
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Sad but true😢
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My son has always had behaviors that the schools and doctors said was ADHD. He's not hyper, but insanely inattentive. I was pressured in to medicating him when he was younger, but the side effects were really bad, so after trying several types of drugs, I had enough. I took him off the pills and started homeschooling.

I've still had lots of issues with his inattentive behaviors, so after doing some research online, I had him tested for food allergies. It turns out that he's allergic to corn, wheat, soy, peanuts, and tree nuts. None of the allergies are severe, which is why he wasn't diagnosed earlier.

He hasn't eaten any of the food he's allergic to for 5 days, and I'm already seeing an improvement in his behavior. So why don't doctors test for this kind of thing in pediatric patients who present behavior issues? Why are pills the first treatment offered?
 Quoting: Oubliette


so what do you guys eat? pretty much carb free? I have twins with ADHD. very inattentive and I did not like nor them the meds...they are not on any anymore...we home school too.
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Good job, Mom! 5* getting the word out!!
Message me if you need help finding any replacement foods or recipes that are kid-friendly....i.e. Spelt flour when you need flour, as well as breads, cereals, pastas, etc.

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give him some ZINC
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*****FOOD COLORING*****

And additives such as MSG.
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Good job, Mom! 5* getting the word out!!
Message me if you need help finding any replacement foods or recipes that are kid-friendly....i.e. Spelt flour when you need flour, as well as breads, cereals, pastas, etc.
 Quoting: KarinZa

please share some recipes...ideas
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My son has always had behaviors that the schools and doctors said was ADHD. He's not hyper, but insanely inattentive. I was pressured in to medicating him when he was younger, but the side effects were really bad, so after trying several types of drugs, I had enough. I took him off the pills and started homeschooling.

I've still had lots of issues with his inattentive behaviors, so after doing some research online, I had him tested for food allergies. It turns out that he's allergic to corn, wheat, soy, peanuts, and tree nuts. None of the allergies are severe, which is why he wasn't diagnosed earlier.

He hasn't eaten any of the food he's allergic to for 5 days, and I'm already seeing an improvement in his behavior. So why don't doctors test for this kind of thing in pediatric patients who present behavior issues? Why are pills the first treatment offered?
 Quoting: Oubliette


how did he respond to adderall? I was on ritalin for years and I finally switched over to adderall. huge difference. Ritalin drove me up the fucking wall. A couple of my friends that are adhd had the same experience while on ritalin.
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My son has always had behaviors that the schools and doctors said was ADHD. He's not hyper, but insanely inattentive. I was pressured in to medicating him when he was younger, but the side effects were really bad, so after trying several types of drugs, I had enough. I took him off the pills and started homeschooling.

I've still had lots of issues with his inattentive behaviors, so after doing some research online, I had him tested for food allergies. It turns out that he's allergic to corn, wheat, soy, peanuts, and tree nuts. None of the allergies are severe, which is why he wasn't diagnosed earlier.

He hasn't eaten any of the food he's allergic to for 5 days, and I'm already seeing an improvement in his behavior. So why don't doctors test for this kind of thing in pediatric patients who present behavior issues? Why are pills the first treatment offered?
 Quoting: Oubliette


so what do you guys eat? pretty much carb free? I have twins with ADHD. very inattentive and I did not like nor them the meds...they are not on any anymore...we home school too.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 14191002


Rice, and breads made with other flours that aren't wheat, potatoes, those are carbs that he can have. But since he didn't test positive to eggs or milk he can have those.

I did spend $70 at Whole Foods for 2 bags of wheat free baking flour, rice bread, rice tortillas, and some wheat/soy free cookies. It was ridiculous!
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Good job, Mom! 5* getting the word out!!
Message me if you need help finding any replacement foods or recipes that are kid-friendly....i.e. Spelt flour when you need flour, as well as breads, cereals, pastas, etc.
 Quoting: KarinZa


Thanks! It's definitely something for parents to look in to if they're having issues with their children. I wish someone had told me about this years ago.
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Thread: Children born to parents who eat GM wheat may DIE before age five, warn scientists

[link to rense.com]

Thread: Who lives "Gluten Free" and has it made a difference in your life?

Thread: Modern wheat a "perfect, chronic poison...created by genetic research" contains NEW protein which works as an opiate!


This kind of GMO diet is geared toward development of allergy/intolerance/illness and is put in place to cause dependency on the pharmaceutical industry...


They literally create and define the illness, then they offer you their magic pill.


They are trying to control every facet of peoples' lives with this method.


Thread: The Plan to Control Your Emotions: Cataplexy - Hypocretin - "PBA"

Thread: antidepressants are SOUL EATERS!






Thread: Why 80 Percent of People Worldwide Will Soon Stop Eating Wheat
At some point in our history, this ancient grain was nutritious in some respects, however modern wheat really isn’t wheat at all. Once agribusiness took over to develop a higher-yielding crop, wheat became hybridized to such an extent that it has been completely transformed from it’s prehistorical genetic configuration.
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 Quoting: Mister Obvious


sprouting is a way you can eat grains that are not tolerated. I don't eat wheat I can eat wheat sprouts but it is almost impossible to find non GMO wheat so I don't. look at this site [link to www.sproutpeople.com] it has soooo many ways to eat healthy...
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same here, im allergic to everything and soy a lot. im a vegetarian so soy is basically all i eat. Ive never had a reaction, so when they told me i was allergic to everything it was like they said i had some terminal disease since birth
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My son was highly "allergic" to breads and red food colorings. He could have one slice of any grain product a day, if he had half a sandwich, he could not have any pastas. The red food coloring was fun to deal with, I threw out so much food products...instant oatmeals, cereals, tomato based products...
I had him on the Feingold Diet and found several other food products in addition to flouescent lighting and perfume that I wore.
He became attentive, focused and easier to have him do things on his own without becoming agitated.
I also took him to an Iridologist ..which some doctors do not believe in and say there is no scientific evidence that it helps at all...But...she gave my some some licorce root which cleans out the toxins (wayyyy well), chronium, and valerian root which is a natural relaxant. The valerian root smells and taste awful and he only use it for a month until he was "de toxified" and able to relax on his own.

Recommend both ways of handling ADHD, Aspbergers and any other attentive disorder.
[link to www.feingold.org]
[link to iridologynow.sandycarter.com]

My son never became addicted or took any prescriptive medication, he is able to focus fully. As an adult he is taking a GNC product that is helping him retain focus.
Sam.E and also focus fast.
I highly recommend that people go the natural way and avoid the dependency, behavior management program that most schools will strongly suggest and implement.
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Good catch OP, glad you got him off of the drugs...
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