was wondering if any mums had used kinesiology with their kids and did it work?

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Sherry - posted on 09/25/2009

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~Nothing processed, no white bread, pasta, rice or anything else made with white flour and no carrots or potatoes. Absolutely NO apples in any form and NO red berries of ANY kind. Suppliments of Calcium, Magnesium and Ginko aids with concentration.

~ Food additives, sugar, caffeine, and food coloring can play a big part in diet for kids and how their moods are-

~ Caffeine is a stimulant and it’s effect is different for different kids. Some develop more of a tolerance for caffeine than others. caffeinated drinks, and choclate are included in this

~processed foods can be linked with hyperactive behavior and aggression and moodswings. remove as many high-sugar, and colored foods (anything espically with red,yellow and orange coloring) as possible. Juices should be diluted, and sodas, candy, and cookies should be avoided when possible if given at all. Does this mean no junk and no "fun" food, NO not at all. Just means monitor the amount and some things can be avoided altogether.

~ @Omega-3@ is an essential fatty acid (i.e. a form of polyunsaturated fat) found in certain fish, and in vegetable sources (such as flax, hemp, and walnuts). There has been a considerable body of research showing that omega-3 (or more specifically the ratio of omega-3 to omega-6 fats) is essential for correct brain function. Sources of Omega-3 :Salmon,Sardines,Herring,Tuna (The tuna must be fresh or frozen canned tuna usually had the oild drained from it and the o3 is replaced with o6) If your child will not eat fish, try mixing in flaxseed oil into certain foods, OR LOOK FOR ENRICHED PRODUCTS SUCH AS MILK, AND BREAD THAT HAVE OMEGA-3 ADDED



This is just some ideas and really it is very simple to take some thngs out of the diet all together. I hope this helps and if you want more ideas or need examples of foods and amounts and all that stuff please fell free to get back in touch with me

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Sherry - posted on 09/25/2009

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Have you tried changing his diet? There are certin foods that are triggers for those behaviors in children 10 years of age and younger....

Mel - posted on 09/24/2009

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my son is extremely hyperactive, violent towards my daughter and will not listen at all. i have taken him to doctors, phycoligists and have him booked in to see a pediatrician. everyone keeps telling me he is a normal 4 yr old but i live with him and i know something is not quite right. add/adhd and odd have all been ruled out. any help on this would be great. thankyou

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