The Food Connection to Your Child’s Behavior
Did you know that approximately 30% of ADHD diagnoses are not ADHD at all?
Behaviors that mimic characteristics of ADHD are actually linked to things such as food additives, pesticides, herbicides, GMOs, gluten, and more.
This is important because childhood diseases continue to rise. Here are some numbers regarding chronic illnesses in children that may shock you:
- Autism: 1 in 50
- ADD/ADHD: 1 in 10
- Asthma: 1 in 8
- Allergies: 1 in 3
- Obesity: 1 in 3
- Learning Disabled: 1 in 6
It can become overwhelming to think about, which is why I created a webinar – “The Food Connection to Your Child’s Behavior – Food Triggers to Allergies, Asthma, ADHD and Autism”. In just 40 minutes, you will have all of the tools and information you’ll need to decide if you need to change your child’s diet to help with their allergies, asthma, autism or behavior issues, or if you need to medicate.
Knowing what types of food can trigger your child’s behavior issues is where you’ll want to begin. This is because your gut is known as your second brain. Allergies, asthma, ADHD and autism can be signs of inflammation in your child’s gut. When the gut isn’t healthy, it affects the function of the brain.
Food journaling is one way to uncover your child’s cause and effect relationship with the food they’re eating. Keep a log for at least seven days of everything they ate, along with their behavior and how they feel. Then speak with your a qualified health practitioner, because medication is may not be the answer.
You can download my webinar “The Food Connection to Your Child’s Behavior – Food Triggers to Allergies, Asthma, ADHD and Autism” here.