Nutrition One

Part 2. ADHD and Nutrition One of the causes of hyperactivity may be the child's malnutrition. As you know, most products contain a variety of preservatives, food dyes, fillers, flavors, which adversely affect the neurochemical processes. Hyperactivity, attention to pathology and anxiety – this is a manifestation, including the chemical imbalance of the brain. Even orange juice cupping can strike at the body of the child.

U.S. scientists have found that after consuming a vitamin drink in the urine of children after 24 hours detected in zinc. A zinc – an essential mineral that is involved in most processes in the brain. Read more here: Herbie Mann. Zinc affects the mental activity of man, his capacity for learning, and behavior. In the canned juice contains the dye (tertazin), which promotes the removal of zinc from the body.

Child can not feed the "adults" canned. They are saturated with salt and preservatives, which are poorly digested, irritate mucous membranes of the gastrointestinal tract, intestinal diseases contribute to the emergence and allergy. Nitrite combines with the decay products of proteins, form kontseragennye connection. Salicylates – located in the bark, leaves, plants and trees (olives, coffee, etc.) in small amounts in fruits (oranges, strawberries, apples, plums, cherries, raspberries, grapes) affect the child's hyperactivity. Coffee, black tea should be excluded from the diet of young children. These drinks contain caffeine, which activates the excitability vasomotor centers of the brain, as well as caffeine increases the power of heart rate and raises blood pressure. Caffeine destroys vitamins of B group, reduces the amount of iron, potassium, calcium and zinc. Children nowadays are loaded with carbohydrates – are sweets, ice cream, pastries, breakfast cereals, pizza, pasta, chips. Power Industry is working steadily to make it more and more that they are tastier and more tempting. Sugar and carbohydrates in excess glucose is filled with blood, it leads to excessive production of insulin to process it.