CONDITIONS WE CAN HELP WITH...
Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD)Usually associated with learning difficulties but showing high intelligence in certain areas, 'naughty' behaviour, an inability to communicate, a dislike of affection and a need for a familiar environment and routine.
There are 4 types of ADD:
1. ADD without hyperactivity - which is associated with heavy metal toxicity.
2. ADD with hyperactivity - which is associated with food allergies, insensitivities or deficiencies.
3. Residual ADD - affects those over 18 years of age.
4. ADD due to genetic factors.
Your nutritional therapist can help you to identify the type of attention deficit disorder that you or your child suffers from and make the appropriate nutritional and lifestyle changes in order to help.