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Unread 01-31-2003, 12:47 PM
DD diagnosed with ADD

Xena, I reseached and found some weblinks listing famous people with ADD and/or learning disabilities. I hope you enjoy these sites. Also, I ordered several books from the A.D.D.
Warehouse which is www.addwarehouse.com.





My quote was inaccurate. It is from Successories and
is titled, CHANGE. It shows a long road through mountains
that must make a large u-turn.
" A Bend in the Road is Not the End of the Road...
Unless You Fail to Make The Turn."
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Unread 01-31-2003, 06:57 PM
DH found one of the books!

This is the book about ADD and diet that I mentioned:
ADD and ADHD: Complementary Medicine Solutions. 1999, by Charles Gant. MindMender Publishers 1-888-887-7747 to order, or 315-656-8582 in Syracuse, NY. (ISBN 0-9675735-0-5 and the price appears to be $34.95)

I have not read it but it seems worth taking a look at. It addresses, for instance, Food & Additive allergies, Thyroid disorders, essential fatty acid deficiencies, High carb/low protein diet, mineral imbalances, B vitamin deficiencies, Amino Acid deficiencies, and Heavy Metal toxicity.

DH is still looking in all the piles of stuff for the other books


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