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ADHD And ADD Books

Dr. Bob’s Guide to Stop ADHD in 18 Days: A Drugless Family Guide to Optimal Health By Dr. Robert DeMaria, Robert De Maria

By Dr. Robert DeMaria,
Robert De Maria Published 2005

Dr. Bob De Maria has been trained and tested in the utilization of nutritional and natural products and has focused his attention on seeking simple answers to tough questions. In addition to a chiropractic degree, Dr. De Maria has a bachelor’s degree in human biology, diplomate status in chiropractic orthopaedics, and a fellowship in applied spinal biomedical engineer- ing. He has taught in the legal, insurance, business, and health care fields throughout the United States and Europe.

This how-to guide can rid children and families off medications and detrimental foods – junk foods loaded with sugar, preservatives, dairy products, and trans- fattyacids – so that children and families can enjoy optimal health. This user-friendly book has the potential of setting families free from the nightmare of ADD, ADHD, and ODD. Using drugs on kids isn’t solving the problem. Follow Dr. Bob’s directions and witness the change is can bring to you and your loved ones. Bruce West, D.C. Publisher, Health Alert

The A.D.D. and A.D.H.D. Diet! Updated:

A Comprehensive Look at Contributing Factors and Natural Treatments for Symptoms of Attention Deficit Disorder and Hyperactivity (Paperback)
by Rachel Bell, Howard Peiper

From the Publisher
Along with The Natural Prostate Cure, this is our most popular health book. The ADD & ADHD Diet has sold over 100,000 copies with many readers sending us thank you notes. It is rewarding to know that we have helped so many determine the cause of an individual’s diagnosed condition as ADD. In most cases the illness had been misdiagnosed and was not ADD. We are thankful to authors Rachel Bell and Dr. Howard Peiper for adding this book to our success list.

The A.D.D. Nutrition Solution: A Drug-Free 30 Day Plan 
by Marcia Zimmerman

Editorial Reviews

From Library Journal
Nutrition-based therapies have been used effectively to treat a wide variety of health problems, ranging from PMS to cancer. In this helpful guide, clinical nutritionist Zimmerman discusses how diet therapy can provide long-term relief and even a cure for attention deficit disorder (ADD). During the past decade, the use of Ritalin, the drug most commonly prescribed for ADD, has risen 600 percent, but its effects are temporary and possibly harmful. Zimmerman’s program for getting off medication involves eliminating allergic foods, additives, pollutants, and harmful fats and instead focusing on unprocessed, nutrient-rich meals supplemented with fatty acids, minerals, and vitamin co-enzymes. Her 30-day plan provides food charts and recipe ideas. This effective, natural approach, based on extensive research on the link between diet and brain function, will be greatly appreciated by parents of children diagnosed with ADD. Highly recommended for public libraries.