"Helping you take controlby
Anthony Kane, MD
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You would rather be somewhere else when that happens.
What if the doctor is wrong?
What if your child does not have ADHD, but has something else?
What if this other condition was easily and permanently treatable?
Is such a thing possible?
Dr. Doris Rapp says that it is.
There is evidence that 70% of children have sensitivities to certain foods and that these foods can affect their behavior.
I personally used Rapp’s approach to get my ADHD child
off of Ritalin in less than a week.
He will never need it again.
If you have an ADHD child, then you must get
Who knows? Maybe you don’t have an ADHD child.
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