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With the rise in a poor diet and the declining value of food, it is not surprising that a 2011 report stated that 90 percent of Americans are nutrient deficient. The body requires nutrients to function properly and produce neurotransmitters, chemicals the body uses to regulate itself. Neurotransmitters are commonly used to regulate things such as moodiness, impulsiveness, and concentration. People with ADHD typically have lower levels of these neurotransmitters:
Dopamine- Changes in dopamine levels tends to correlate with hyperactivity and impulsiveness
Norepinephrine- Changes in norepinephrine levels tends to correlate with inattention.
Serotonin- Changes in serotonin tends to correlate with poor impulse control and high levels of aggression
Neurotransmitters and Liquid Vitamins
Dopamine and norepinephrine are primarily associated with the reward processing area of the brain and serotonin associates itself with emotional regulations. The creation of neurotransmitters requires a wide variety of vitamins and nutrients. It is important to receive a wide array of nutrients because they work together, synergistically, to form these neurotransmitters. With the declining value of food, it is unreasonable to expect to receive a sufficient amount of the vitamins your body needs to create these neurotransmitters.
With only 20% of the vitamins in pill form absorbing into your body, the only reasonable way I have found (aside from a strictly organic diet) is to receive an adequate amount of nutrients is through liquid multivitamins. The best energy drinks, in my opinion, come from Biometics. I have not seen a process as effective as the biocellular micellization process in terms of liquid nutrition. As of right now, there are currently no other multivitamins I have found that can compare to the speed or absorption rate found with Biometics products.
The Fiengold Diet
In addition to the value of food declining, it is also important to fight back against the additives in processed foods. The Feingold diet, developed in 1970, focuses on reducing the consumption of foods that exaggerate ADHD symptoms. The Fiengold diet accomplishes this through the removal of harmful additives. The primary steps to successfully completing the Finegold diet is to avoid the following foods:
Foods to Avoid
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