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1/9/13 7:11 A

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One of the nice thing about this way of eating is that it costs nothing to give it a try and there is no harmful chemicals/medicine/herbs involved. I have grandkids and my youngest daughter has a 7 month old so is just switching to real food and we talking about this yesterday and what she should feed him. She had started Paleo just before we did - at the end of November 2012 - and feels so much better.
I even find that I am more calm then I use to be and the little stuff can be ignored more easily. Never associated it to how I was now eating and didn't make the association until I read the article. There are so many kids that suffer from HD and ADHD out there - maybe this will help a couple of them. I doubt if many are too the extreme of this child but kudos to the mom for all her research and conquering her doubts and giving it a try. I too would have to skeptical before I had tried Paleo

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1/9/13 6:49 A

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Thank you for sharing! I wish I had had this info when I was raising my three!








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1/8/13 9:21 P

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Thank you for the link. I passed this on to someone who is going through some extreme behavior problems with their young boy. I hope for their sake that this is the cause because it is an easy fix compared to the alternative.

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1/8/13 7:32 P

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What an article! Wonder if I can even get my daughter read it for her two girls.


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1/8/13 6:28 P

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Read this the other day and believe it whole-heartedly. It's actually one of the big reasons we've gone Paleo.
My son suffers from an anxiety disorder and when we first tried Paleo earlier this year, we saw a big improvement in his "episodes." Nothing else in our household changed, aside from WHAT we ate.

I'm glad they were able to figure out a cause and help this little girl.

-Carrie

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1/8/13 6:08 P

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This may be extreme but worth a read for anyone who has kid/grandkids - you never know. It is scary the extreme effect this had on a young child

http://www.anchoragepress.com/news/the-g
luten-made-her-do-it-how-going-gluten-
free/article_39e2478e-4585-11e2-a80c-0
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