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TOPIC: Avoid Food Dyes To Reduce Hyperactivity and ADHD

Avoid Food Dyes To Reduce Hyperactivity and ADHD 12 Jul 2013 16:47 #235

Avoid Food Dyes To Reduce Hyperactivity and ADHD
Posted February 22, 2013

According to the American Academy of Pediatricians Attention Deficit Disorder and hyperactivity have been officially linked to the consumption of artificial food dyes. While some parents figured out that dietary intervention was an effective treatment for hyperactivity and ADHD several decades ago, it was only recently accepted by the American Academy of Pediatricians (AAP) as a valid course of action. Finally!

After reviewing a British study published in the Lancet, in which researchers found that artificial food dyes and/or sodium benzoate increase hyperactive behavior in children, the AAP concludes with an Editors’ Note and a commentary by Alison Schonwald, MD, FAAP, of the Developmental Medicine Center at Children’s Hospital in Boston.


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