Cooking with pure ingredients : family recipes for the hyperactive
Diet as a means of controlling a hyperactive child is a matter of often heated controversy. For some children its effects are dramatic. Ann Tydeman is the mother of a hyperactive child and by the time her son was two years old she was on the brink of despair. At her doctor's suggestion she tried a strict diet which eliminated all foods thought to aggravate hyperactivity. After four days her baby's behaviour improved almost miraculously. Nonetheless, she has sensibly included a note of advice on...[Show more]
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