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Posted by: Heidi | 2012/09/06

ADHD

Can you assist with ADHD ?

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ADHD isn't a "one shoe fits all" scenario. Each patient should be tested for specific food sensitivities which play a significant role, especially sugar. The strength of kinesiology with ADHD would be in the ability to discern whether conventional allopathic medication such as Ritalin and Concerta are appropriate or not. Likewise specific homeopathic and herbal remedies would be tested for their efficacy.

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Posted by: Yura | 2012/11/16

let''s do this step by step, then. this is the comment to which you first repnosded:- 20% think it''sï » ¿  fine, 29% want it expanded. that''s 49% total that favor it -that''s not actually even claiming anything. just numbers. and i stated them to support my assertion that the case for repeal is tenuous. if anything i should have made clear i was referring to the so-called mandate for repeal which i did clarify in my response

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Posted by: Alexis | 2012/10/23

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Posted by: Kinesiology expert | 2012/09/11

ADHD isn't a "one shoe fits all" scenario. Each patient should be tested for specific food sensitivities which play a significant role, especially sugar. The strength of kinesiology with ADHD would be in the ability to discern whether conventional allopathic medication such as Ritalin and Concerta are appropriate or not. Likewise specific homeopathic and herbal remedies would be tested for their efficacy.

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