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Food Allergies and ADHD

 
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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?
 Quoting: Oubliette


BS. People are different. People that can sit, and read for hours on end, a lame, fictional book, about love, and an young girl's journey across Germany....that's not weird?

What good is that? Plus, even though the 'normal' might be smart...they are left with 0% common sense. Just a head with brains, wearing a asshat. What the hell do they offer society?

My opnion, the mental health field is royally screwed in the ass. The stuff they preach religion...Though it could prob. be rolled and smoked.
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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?
 Quoting: Oubliette


Yeah, listen to MSM too much, and your asshat is complementary.
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04/01/2013 08:17 PM
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Honestly - you have to ask?

Google 'wheat belly blog' and see what Dr Davis has to say about modified "wheat". I am 42 and feel better than when I was in my 20s after pulling that insidious grain out of my diet last year.
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04/01/2013 08:26 PM
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I haven't eaten gluten in months. Recently I've been stressed out and sick of preparing meals and bought a loaf of bread.

I feel like shit. Total shit.

Not worth it at all.
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04/01/2013 08:32 PM
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*****FOOD COLORING*****

And additives such as MSG.
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Bingo
My brother as a child was really affected by food colorings
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04/01/2013 08:38 PM
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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
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 14191002


I've learned to bake with lots of oat flour and some rice flour in place of wheat. You can skip the gums when making cakes, cookies, pancakes. Once you get used to the flours you don't need xantham gum fir consistency. I love gluten free now. Good job finding his real problem!
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04/01/2013 08:39 PM
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*****FOOD COLORING*****

And additives such as MSG.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 5607432


Bingo
My brother as a child was really affected by food colorings
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My kids are too. We cut these out two years ago with big behavioral improvements.
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04/01/2013 08:43 PM
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Dangers in order of most dangerous.
Yellow food dye.
Red food dye.
Pesticides
MSG
Gluten

Result. In children, hyper-active intensive or attention deficit intensive,
In adults, infertility, suppressed sex drive, cancer especially pancreatic.
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If your truly interested google " Brain Intergration Therapy. "

I will be happy to explain it, feel free to private message me
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04/01/2013 08:46 PM
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5 stars OP!

Thank you for an excellent thread!

hf
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04/01/2013 08:56 PM
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*****FOOD COLORING*****

And additives such as MSG.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 5607432




This.

Food dyes have been scientifically connected to ADHD behavior. I'm not linking any sources, you'll have to research for yourselves. They are all but banned in some European counties, for this reason.

I can also tell you from experience that my kids act like defiant little crazy people when they consume even trace amounts of food dyes. We just don't let them have them...period. No dyes...no way. They actually don't want them anyway. They are 5, and already know. If something has food dye, they just tell people "I'm allergic to red dye."
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04/01/2013 09:01 PM
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Everybody is allergic to the due in degrees of genetic tolerance.
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Dye -- damn autocorrect -- the past sucks.
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look up SCD diet . and learn how to make the SCD yougurt. cook with colostrum. it will help balance the flora in his gut to balance his emotional body.
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04/01/2013 09:23 PM
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All the electromagnetic radiation in schools doesn't help either. It could actually be causing allergies.
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04/01/2013 09:23 PM
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Hello

You might want to check for an oxalate problem too. There is nothing that imbalances the body more than white sugar. It also makes many kids hyperactive. Some food allergies don't show up in blood tests. Do the elimination diet.

Just eat "real" food. Stay away from plastic food. Back to basics. Cut out gluten -- American wheat is genetically modified ALL OF IT!! Even so-called "organic" wheat: GMO.

Most mothers are not aware and don't even care about their children. They're just satisfied being told what to do.
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04/01/2013 09:33 PM
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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!
 Quoting: Oubliette



Be very careful at whole farce. They have sold out to monsanto so you won't know when you are getting GMOs and their corresponding pesticides (roundup).
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I haven't eaten gluten in months. Recently I've been stressed out and sick of preparing meals and bought a loaf of bread.

I feel like shit. Total shit.

Not worth it at all.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 22302236


THIS!!!

It's like being fucking poisoned, and the longer you go without it, the worse it feels after you eat it.

We did a reintroduction of some foods over spring break, and sure enough had the whole relapse thing.

Never, never again.
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04/01/2013 09:52 PM
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*****FOOD COLORING*****

And additives such as MSG.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 5607432




This.

Food dyes have been scientifically connected to ADHD behavior. I'm not linking any sources, you'll have to research for yourselves. They are all but banned in some European counties, for this reason.

I can also tell you from experience that my kids act like defiant little crazy people when they consume even trace amounts of food dyes. We just don't let them have them...period. No dyes...no way. They actually don't want them anyway. They are 5, and already know. If something has food dye, they just tell people "I'm allergic to red dye."
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Same thing with my daughter. She was a royal hellian during potty training. we were training her with jelly beans which is full of food coloring and corn syrup or HFCS's. She would not listen, would not do anything. would run around throwing things all over the place. Spanks didn't work, nothing worked til we switched her over to frozen berries for treats. It was like night and day, it was awesome. We also got her in for food allergy testing, and found she was allergic to a walnuts, and cashews. Now we are very careful, what we give her.
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04/01/2013 10:11 PM
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*****FOOD COLORING*****

And additives such as MSG.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 5607432




This.

Food dyes have been scientifically connected to ADHD behavior. I'm not linking any sources, you'll have to research for yourselves. They are all but banned in some European counties, for this reason.

I can also tell you from experience that my kids act like defiant little crazy people when they consume even trace amounts of food dyes. We just don't let them have them...period. No dyes...no way. They actually don't want them anyway. They are 5, and already know. If something has food dye, they just tell people "I'm allergic to red dye."
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 33190390



Same thing with my daughter. She was a royal hellian during potty training. we were training her with jelly beans which is full of food coloring and corn syrup or HFCS's. She would not listen, would not do anything. would run around throwing things all over the place. Spanks didn't work, nothing worked til we switched her over to frozen berries for treats. It was like night and day, it was awesome. We also got her in for food allergy testing, and found she was allergic to a walnuts, and cashews. Now we are very careful, what we give her.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 37280472



Side note:

If you ever have another kid who needs potty training, forget rewards. Just let the kid run around naked for a few days. When they crap or pee on the floor a few times, they realize real quickly that the stuff coming out of them has to go somewhere else. My kids were potty trained in less than a week doing this. And others have had similar success with this method.
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04/01/2013 10:19 PM
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I actually prefer the drugs...some foods are just too delicious. :/
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I have a friend that has kids with ADD, after taking vemma next in about a week her kids showed great improvement in school and health. [link to kimberly05.vemma.com]
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It is not the gluten it is the wheat itself. The wheat is a Monsanto creation, which will hurt you even without the gluten taken out.

Our government give this company money to poison us. They won't make it a law to mark it Genetically altered, no that might hurt Monsanto's money making, then their pockets, too!
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I have to agree with you. My oldest son has always been diagnosed with ADHD, and Aspergers, I had him tested for allergies and turns out he is allergic to corn, soy, wheat, gluten, and peanuts. I noticed a huge difference when he started cutting out those things from his diet. He is more focused, less angry, more stable. I think perhaps these ADHD and Aspergers symptoms could be an intolerance from GMO related products. What do you think?
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to be quite honest, that's why kids shouldn't have 'red cordial'.. remember that one?
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Western medicine aims towards easing the pain, not towards finding and preventing the cause.
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It is BS... they found a while ago that its a gene.
Its what they think got the people to migrate from Africa.
Not kidding...
Can it hamper one..sure. It can also drive..
But its not a disease and taking meds will never "cure" it.
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great work mo as always

well aside from all the things

if i were to tell you the truth on what it is

would you believe me and take steps for the health of your family to research it

i have two children of my own and after i found out i was horrified to my core

heres a clue

do you ever wonder why they roll on the floor in the candy isle at the store

do you have any pets is the next question

and do you go to any pools or rivers or woods ect...

putting it short

food has nothing to do with why the children are acting this way

do you see what im getting at here

there is something inside your child that does not belong there

and this is his response to that

im sorry if that scares you that is not my intent

please from one parent to another take what i have to say and run with it

much love to you and good luck
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04/02/2013 12:59 AM
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you can't make money on healthy people. the "health" care system is based on disease, not health, so there you have it. pills first and forever unless people wake up, like you, OP.
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OP. What you describe sounds a bit like myself in younger days. Its complex. Had several allergies, all went away in the years. Please research the connection between allergies and trauma. And research for ADHD/ADD and PTSD connection.

In the short-term buy:
Vitamin B (all sorts of vit B / B12!!)-capsules,
Fishoil-capsules, Rhodiola rosea extracts

You son is allright. I bet there is something he can hyperfocus on. His brain is still in development.

Every case is different. It is not an disorder.

It is important that he gets a good connection to himself.

Another think is: Watch out for "abuse" by others.
Other children, etc.

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