12/31/2010 08:09 PM
ADHD/Hyperactivity Disorder

ADHD or Hyperactivity Disorder, especially in children, has been treated as a situation remedied by them taking a drug, such as Ritalin, however there is a growing opinion that the symptoms could be largely reduced or eliminated without gluten and dairy in their diets.  This is definitely still a developing opinion and hasn't been tested in a large enough audience to prove conclusively  beneficial.  Here's an article from Livestrong.com which explains about ADHD and gluten sensitivity:

http://livestrong.com/article/153164-adhd-gluten-sensitivity/

We would appreciate your comments on this subject,  What do you think? Does diet make a difference to behavior? Has it benefited you or do you know someone whom it's benefitted that suffers from ADHD? What do you think about all the food additives, preservatives and colors that are rumored to make the symptoms really bad?

Comments
recipe gluten free, gluten intolerance, gluten free dining, gluten free pizza, gluten free cookies, what is gluten, gluten free dairy free, gluten free bakery, gluten free menus, gluten free pies, gluten free chicken, gluten sensitive, gluten free pie crust, gluten free cheesecake, gluten free banana bread, gluten free sugar cookies, gluten free blog, gluten free peanut butter cookies, why gluten free, benefits of a gluten free diet, gluten free diet benefits, celiac disease gluten intolerance, gluten free quiche, what does gluten free mean, gluten side effects,
Powered By Open-Realty® by Transparent Technologies, Inc