Hyperactive Children -by Allan Wohrnitz(BSc) – Nutrition Expert

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    Nat Quinn

    Today we hear a great deal about hyperactive children and a common oppressive handling is to give them drugs to make learning possible and classrooms manageable. To compound the problem, those drugs are assured to be “harmless”. Yet they are addictive, risk of suicide, cause liver damage, destroy many essential nutrients, create drug addicts and children prone to drug abuse in the future.

    Here is the scenario that sets up those kids to become future drug addicts:
    Children arrive at school without breakfast or have consumed a high sugar and refined carbohydrate cereal.
    The blood sugar (necessary for brain function) is already abnormally low. In the lunch box are sweets, candy bars, packaged potato chips, soft drinks.
    At the canteen all the junk foods are available, carbonated drinks, sweet bakery rolls, sweets, hot dogs, chips, white refined breads, etc..
    Then there is a competition of buying 5 packets of chips and you can win a “rugby ball” or buy 5 cokes and win “another junk food”! No need to rub it in. Those “offer nothing” foods supply NO nutrients necessary for the normal functioning of the nervous system.

    What are the consequences?
    Well we have created and labelled a “HYPERACTIVE CHILD” who has the following symptoms: wiggly, squirmy, fidgety, noisy, sobbing, yelling, fighting, throwing temper tantrums, distractible and distracting human tornadoes, too many colds, infections, allergies, unable to concentrate, their attention span nil.
    Now the child is diagnosed as ADHD (Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder) and he needs to be “DRUGGED” as a solution to those symptoms – how evil can that get?
    Interesting to note that the people who came up with ADD and ADHD can’t provide scientific proof of the existence of these disorders, and recently the “theory” of chemical imbalance in the brain has been debunked by psychologists and psychiatrists.

    What is the solution? Simple!
    If these hyperactive children were recognised as victims of malnutrition and given, instead of drugs, a completely adequate diet, the majority might soon be as relaxed as sacks of cotton, their minds far more alert, their energies restored to normal.

    To maintain normal blood sugar, they must be allowed frequent meals rich in protein and free from all refined (junk) foods.

    Hyperactivity and inability to relax are characteristic of excessive phosphorous intake combined with a deficiency of Magnesium, Calcium, Potassium, Vitamin B6, and Vitamin D, (Vitamin D being essential for the re-absorption of calcium in the kidneys to keep it in the blood stream).

    Phosphorous is essential for strong bone formation. Nutritious protein foods rich in phosphorous are milk, most meats, liver, yeast, wheatgerm, eggs, cheese, lecithin.

    Excess intake of phosphorous causes deficiencies of Calcium and Magnesium.

    Also needed for absorption of Calcium & Magnesium into the blood are Essential Fatty Acids (Omega 3 oils).

    Supplement with a Cal Mag solution (not Cal Mag tablets) to avoid a phosphorous overload. The CalMag MUST be in a solution form before consuming as it will be instantly absorbed in the blood and will help calm the child and become relaxed naturally.

    Any active child has higher requirements for all nutrients than does a lethargic one.

    Recommended Supplements and Nutrients:

    Have the child on a good and regular food diet with the following supplements:
    Cal Mag with Potassium in solution form – (comes in powder mixed with Vitamin C powder to dissolve it into solution form when added to water)

    Vitamin B1 – 100 to 300mg (for better concentration, focus and attention span).
    (Potassium and Vitamin B1 are essential for the burning of glucose to produce energy in the brain and in the muscles – a form of relaxant of the brain and muscles – calmness)

    Multivitamin & mineral (with a minimum of 10mg of vitamin B6),

    Cod liver oil – 2 tsp (a natural source of Vitamin A and D),

    Vitamin E – 200iu,

    Omega 3 Oils – 1000 – 2000mg

    Get off sweets, soft drinks, white flour products, packaged chips, and other junk foods (list available in link below).

    For kids who are already on drugs or medications, there is a natural, safe way to help them get off the drugs and handle any withdrawal symptoms.

    Contact allanwohrnitznutritionexpert@gmail.com or visit http://www.childrensrights.co.za for more information.

    References: Nutrition advices by Adelle Davis.


    You Tube Video – https://youtu.be/bKICAwe7a9A

    Balanced Meals – http://bit.ly/Balanced_Meals_Article

    Brain Food and Herbs that enhance Brain Function for Focus, Concentration, Memory and Attention Span – http://bit.ly/Brain_Food_n_Herbs

    Vitamin E – https://bit.ly/Vitamin_E_untold_story

    Omega 3 Oils – https://bit.ly/Omega_3_Oils_n_Fats

    Acid – Alkaline Foods – https://bit.ly/Acid_Alkaline_Foods

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    Antioxidants – https://bit.ly/Antioxidants_FreeRadicals

    Adrenal Glands for Allergies, Colds, Flus, Asthma, Infections – https://bit.ly/Adrenal_Glands_EB

    Free Health Questionnaire – https://bit.ly/e_Health_QuestionnaireFB

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