Category Archives: ADHD

Restore: The gut healer we’ve been waiting for?

The bottom line reads Save 15% with coupon code TMR15 through June 30th. Get it at restore4life.com. One of the buzziest, most exciting things to come out of Autism One, Restore is a carbon lignite supplement that — in a petri dish, … Continue reading

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Last day to get AutismOne pass for $39!!

How can you pass this up? $39!!! AutismOne Conference May 20-24 on Chicago. I also just got word that the Thinking Moms’ Revolution will be involved a little more directly…like sponsoring the karaoke lounge!

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What’s the opposite of High Times? Our trial of CBD oil

      I was not a fan of pot in college.  It reeked and the stoners I knew in college were annoying. I wish I could insert a memory Vine of my sophomore roommate in college–an incredibly bright chemistry … Continue reading

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This what your brain looks like on neurofeedback. Any questions?

I’m a big fan of LORETA 19-channel neurofeedback.  BIG, BIG FAN! This is a quick snapshot of my son Kyle’s QEEG after only 3 sessions … This is one page that shows coherence, which is the brain’s ability to talk … Continue reading

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Taming the Sugar Beast

This is my kid’s idea of “no” candy! I’ve been listening to a series of lectures from the 2012 Westin A. Price Foundation Conference. The theme was nutrition and behavior. The conference was 10 miles from my house. I am … Continue reading

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ADHD/ASD: Alternative Treatments, Brain Re-Balancing

Kyle with Mozart playing in left ear only. First up: Brain re-balancing There are a lot of snarky “it’s a scam” reviews of Brain Balance out there on the interwebs. I, however, am not writing one of them. I am … Continue reading

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ADHD Alternatives: An Intro

Today on my local mom’s group, someone asked about private school placement for her 6 year old son who had just been diagnosed with moderate to severe ADHD and giftedness. The first response was from a mom–who happens to be … Continue reading

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