Wednesday, January 23, 2013

My child has ADHD, what did they put in the food?

My child has ADHA what should I do? This was the question we received in our latest email. If you asked just 35 years ago what Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder was most people including doctors would have no idea what you were talking about, this is not the case today; the food today also looks a whole lot different than it did 35 years ago. We have become a chemical and drug culture and this is reflected in what has been put into the food by the manufacturers, we have accepted the fact that the Food and Drug Administration will allow danger chemicals in the foods and sadly we do nothing about this. Amazingly a study from Perth has confirmed that this illness is a modern day creation.

Why are chemicals in your food?

The main reasons chemicals are added to your food (aspartame, sucralose and high fructose corn syrups) are the same reasons most clothing items worldwide are made in China, it is a cheaper alternative. The difference is that when you purchase an inexpensive shirt from China you may lose your money quickly as the shirt may fall apart quickly but when cheap food chemicals are added to the diet they create illness. We have a generation of children and adults who are simply grossly overweight and many cannot concentrate, the chemicals in the foods play a large part in the creation of our modern day illnesses. Did you know steroids are added to the beef in the United States? Steroids in the beef has been linked to early menstrual cycles in girls and also ADHD. The average age when the menstrual cycle began was 12 to 13 years old in 1965, today the average age for beginning the menstrual cycle is 9 or 10 years old. When a mother says “My child has ADHD” it is impoertant to know that our modern day food supply creates illnesses.

Big money leads to bigger lies

When companies make billions of dollars off artificial sweeteners they are also prepared to fight every study that says the sweeteners are dangerous, the food manufactures insist that chemicals in the food are safe but this is simply not the case.  Attention deficit Hyperactivity disorder is largely a modern creation, big money means bigger lies and it is here that the consumer loses the fight.

More Lies

If we simply think back to the 1960's the tobacco companies denied for decades that cigarettes caused cancer, they denied this fact despite researchers, studies, doctors and scientists confirming that cigarettes did indeed cause cancers. The tobacco companies held their position and even paid scientist to debunk any studies showing that cigarettes were dangerous, some tobacco companies even said cigarettes were healthy!

Australian Study confirms are diet has created ADHD

Perth's Telethon Institute for Child Health and published in Journal of Attention Disorders showed a directly link between our American diet and Attention Deficit Hyperactivity disorder. It was clear that it was indeed the chemicals that have created the illness. According to Doctor Oddy

We found a diet high in the Western pattern of foods was associated with more than double the risk of having an ADHD diagnosis compared with a diet low in the Western pattern, after adjusting for numerous other social and family influences," Dr Oddy said.

The study author also confirmed what we have been saying in this post

Dr. Oddy continued “Western diet might contain more colours, flavours and additives that have been linked to an increase in ADHD symptoms”

It is time we take charge of our own heath and this starts by removing the chemicals from your diet that cause diabetes,obesity and ADHD. The FDA will not protect you, as soon as you understand this you will be on the right road to healing. There has been a huge consequence for accepting our chemical laced diet, for example millions of parents today are reporting  “My child has ADHD” when virtual no one knew this illness in the 1980's, Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder is a modern day creation.

Where does the chemical trail lead us? “Childhood obesity, Childhood diabetes, Attention deficit disorder and more”

There is some good news, An insulin resistant diet in over 17 countries has been reversing ADHD in children and obesity in adults 


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