According to two researchers from Children's Memorial Hospital in Chicago, a relatively simple diet low in fats and high in whole grains, fruits, and vegetables is one of the best alternatives to drug therapy for ADHD. Omega-3 and omega-6 fatty acid supplements have also been shown to help in some controlled studies, they noted.
Writing online in Pediatrics, J. Gordon Millichap, MD, and Michelle M. Yee, CPNP, reviewed nearly 70 publications on diet-based interventions in ADHD, emphasizing recent research and controlled trials.
A NEZ PERCE BOY, PHOTO TAKEN OVER A HUNDRED YEARS AGO.
THE NEXT PHOTO IS ABOUT ASSIMILATING INDIANS INTO THE MAINSTREAM AMERICAN LIFE. LOUIS LR who was born at least 60 years after these pictures were taken, has remarkable resemblance to the man in the middle picture!