Q-News: ADHD in childhood linked to adult obesity, study finds

Posted by Mellisa on May 22, 2013 in ADD/ADHD, Brain Health, Mental Health, Nutrient Therapy |

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A typical boy with ADHD can appear to be in perpetual motion, but that activity doesn’t guarantee a healthy weight when he grows up. The impulsive type behavior can carry into adulthood resulting into over eating issues.

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“Here is another reason to attempt to naturally normalize the brain chemistry by micro-nutrition  in those who are challenged with ADHD. One could potentially reduce the long term health challenges of obesity later in life in those diagnosed with ADHD.” Dr. David Markowitz – Peditrician.


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