When you decide that it might be the right time to consider ADHD supplements, FDA registered should be on the top of your list of criteria. It is important to remember that just because something is natural, it does not necessarily follow that it will be good for you.
Checking that a product is registered with the FDA is simply good sense. As a concerned parent, what should you consider when you are in the process of choosing a natural ADHD supplement?
Without a doubt, natural treatments are very ‘in’ right now. While this is not a bad thing, it has resulted in some manufacturers jumping on the band wagon. When a manufacturer is legally permitted to place the word ‘natural’ on their product, they nearly always charge a higher price for it as well.
Because people are more inclined to choose natural products, the manufacturers can be reasonably sure that the occurrence of the word ‘natural’ on their labels and advertising will ensure that their product will be a better seller. Read the rest of this entry »
Here are a list of herbs and supplements I have found that have helped me, I would recommend them, but keep in mind that they could effect everyone in different ways. You can get this stuff at any Target or Walgreens.
Omega-3 Fish oils- A natural mood booster, and great for the hair and skin.
Amino Acid L-Lysine- Studies have shown that this amino acid stimulates the production of creatine, which is responsible for converting fatty acids into energy, helps rebuild cells, and L-Lysine deficiency is linked to depression and food cravings.
Vitamin A, Vitamin D, and Vitamin B complex- are vitamins that benefit the body overall, Vitamin d deficiency is also linked to depression.
Calcium supplements- and having enough calcium in the diet in general, I have found really helps ward of cravings for sugar and carbohydrates, and a glass of milk with every meal helps me feel fuller faster. Read the rest of this entry »