Q-News: Science can prove micronutrients really do help with cases of ADHD

Posted by Mellisa on March 7, 2013 in ADD/ADHD, Medications, Mental Health, Nutrient Therapy, Nutrition, Research |

qlogo2Researchers in Puerto Rico and the United States recently published a paper in Functional Foods in Health and Disease on the influence diet has on people with ADHD – attention deficit-hyperactivity disorder.

The researchers tested 116 patients (ranging in age from 2–25 years old) who had a diagnosis of ADHD. They followed them from 3 months–3 years, comparing the distribution of fatty acids, essential metals, and the levels of metabolic stress factors.

The researchers stated the following regarding the results of their testing:

the metabolic correction of ADHD by supplementation with minerals, vitamins, essential fatty acids, and amino acids can ameliorate ADHD symptoms. Eighty percent (80%) of children who were treated from several weeks to 1-2 years, demonstrated improvement of metabolic stress level.

Wow! Can you imagine? A safe and effective way to treat the symptoms of ADHD? How cool is that? Let’s rethink mental health, shall we. No more drugs. Just truth, science and nutrition.

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