How I solved my daughter’s behavior problems by using an all natural diet.
**I now offer personalized consulting and meal planning services to help you start the ADHD Diet Plan so you don’t have to do this alone! Check out my Services page to learn more!**
The ADHD Diet Plan is a step by step program to help you eliminate the chemicals and artificial ingredients in your diet. I struggled for years with my daughter’s behavior and what I thought were ADHD symptoms. After months of research I decided to change our eating habits as a last ditch effort to change things. I eliminated artificial ingredients and within 36 hours my daughter was like a new person. Since then I’ve worked with countless other families who have seen the same improvements in their own children by following the same steps I used.
I made the changes all at one time, which is a radical change that not all families are willing or able to undertake. My ADHD Diet Plan is structured so that you can make all the changes at once or tackle one part of the diet each week. You can begin the diet at any time and go at your own pace. Each week I focus on a specific group of additives, give you all the information you need to make the switch for that week, and most importantly, cheer you on.
What can you expect from making these changes?
Many people report seeing a difference in their child’s behavior within the first week. If you need a little more persuading about whether making the change to an all natural diet is worth the trouble, please take a minute to read these success stories. The feeling you get from watching your child transform right before your eyes is like none other.
Before you start
This article I wrote for Circle of Moms, called “How Artificial Ingredients Can Lead to Artificial Kids” will give you more background on how we got where are today. For a little inspiration and motivation, check these Success Stories from real parents who have followed the Challenge.
Six Week ADHD Diet Plan:
Week One: Artificial Colors and Flavors
Week Two: Preservatives
Week Three: Excitotoxins (artificial sweeteners and MSG)
Week Four: Artificial Fragrances
Week Five: Body Care
A few helpful links to help you get started with the ADHD Diet Plan:
Also be sure to check out my recipes for easy, family friendly meals. breakfasts, snacks, and desserts that fit within the guidelines of the diet.
If you ever have any questions about anything related to behavior or eating an all natural diet, or are just in need of some support, don’t hesitate to email me at contact.ourfamilyeats [at] gmail [dot] com, or leave a comment.
Are you feeling overwhelmed by all the information? Do you need direction or support? Want answers from someone who’s been in your shoes? Let me help! I offer personalized consulting services to help you manage the entire process so you can see the results you want in no time. I even offer meal planning services to make the change a breeze. Check out my services page for more information. You can do this!
Disclaimer: I am not a medical professional and do not claim to diagnose, treat, or cure ADHD. This post is for informational purposes only and should not be taken as medical advice. Always consult with your doctor before making any changes to your diet or lifestyle.