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This is some fascinating stuff here!!
What if children with ASD/ADD/ADHD could "heal" with these simple, "common sense" measures?
I'm sure there may be some obstacles based upon my experience of working with these children (picky eaters, food sensitivities, bad gut biome, broken genetics, etc)....I also wonder if each child's baseline and progress was monitored through a standardized test? And if they were classified based on severity of symptoms.
Either way, very interesting topic for discussion.
Dr. Jack Kruse
I am getting read to speak to group of men who want to control their own destiny with regards to health and wellness. I sat in their meeting yesterday and realize fully why people just dont get health info correct. The opinions of what is right for human biology are varied and mostly wrong. Expert opinion is of limited value. When you use mother nature as your ruler, clarity finally reaches your mind about what we should be doing. Luke Storey gave a talk last night that showed how common sense can avoid common mistakes that allow bad things to invade our environment. Today, I get to speak on the science that explains Luke's intuition. When you act on behalf of nature it seems the universe begins to help you change the world. Today, on my timeline this showed up. When I read it.........it made me scrap my whole talk and give the men "real talk" at 2:30 PM. Someone left this on my timeline..........and the message was delivered right there to me.......what I need to say to these men today, not what I want them to hear. Dr K.First my apology for this lengthy response but may be of interest: For the last 8 months we have been running a trial program for ADD ADHD and AUTISTIC children 130 in total. From high socio-economic to very low socio-economic backgrounds.The idea was created after a particularly long day in practice after seeing so many stressed upset teachers wanting or needing to have time off from these children.( imagine how the parents felt) None of this made sense…. when we grew up our teachers were not stressed ( or didn’t appear to be) we had only the occasional “naughty child” and that was not in every year of schooling. What was different?Of course the obvious: diet……..exercise,home life and the list goes on….most were on some form of medication and most had attempted to try diet changes and behavioural strategies… most (90%) with no lasting effect. SO this is what we did..and this was before we started reading your blog!1: All children were to be wake up by 5.30am ( summer) 6.30am Winter2: All children to eat breakfast ( protein-bacon eggs chicken ) spinach,mushrooms avocado- as much as they wanted and then some3: All children then participated in an early morning exercise program- this was actually walking to school as a group no matter what the weather conditions ( lightning and thunder excepted-have to put this in)4: A light lunch- this we did not change too much- it appeared to be the most difficult meal for parents and children to want to change. We did not place too many restrictions on lunch except no sugar ie biscuits or juice or flavoured drinks. A bottle of water and piece of fruit was added to a plain sandwhich5: Same exercise program after school except that the children walked and sprinted home from school in three different groups.6: NO AFTERNOON TEA NO SNACKS AT ALL7: The evening meal was ready to go at 4.30 pm and was always meat/eggs and salad or vegetables-8: 6.30pm BED– most of the children by this stage were already starting to wither and ready to wind down….. room time with a simple activity and ALL were asleep by 7pm until wake up time the next morning.We were funded by a local charity and sponsored by a local free running egg farm and a bottled water company. One of the parents supplied pesticide free home grown apples( when they were available)Well we have come to the end of our trial and the results are outstanding…. 100% of children adapted and are all normal children just like ours… naughty at times but not obnoxious… the teachers are not stressed and the PARENTS are happy…. all families are keeping to the program now that we have finished the trial with regular weekly checkups…we were criticised for not adding in fish oils and a multitude of other supplements and regimen, but the whole idea behind this trial was to do something that was sustainable and affordable by all families…. this we achieved and not only are all the children continuing on so are the parents and the teachers..They sleep well…sun down to sun up… they exercise…walk and sprint(play and laugh) they eat protein for breakfast and 93 of the families reported that their children ate only 1/3 of their lunch… they ate well at dinner and all of it and no snack in between…Parents all reported that they saved money… on their food bill…All parents read your blog… many ask questions but only to have another parent give them the answer…. the most common answer I heard this evening at support group was “go back and re read section…( ) ... of Dr Kruse blog, its all there”Thank you Dr K
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