The Natural Approach to Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD), by Ronald L. Hoffman, MD

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In this book, Ronald L. Hoffman, M.D., describes how hypoglycemia, chemical sensitivities, allergies, and other physical problems can sometimes lead to behaviors that are often mistaken for ADD. Discover how natural therapies, not drugs, can help to eliminate these behaviors.

Ranging from food or chemical sensitivities and hypoglycemia to specific nutritional deficiencies, the underlying causes of Attention Deficit Disorder are complex. Still, ADD is responsive to a wide variety of natural therapies, making the dangeous prescription of Ritalin for children completely avoidable.

Purpose: Education. (Learn more about the difference between Marketing and Education materials.)

Publication: 1997.

Pages: 48.

Binding: Softcover.

Size:5½" x 8½".


Ronald L. Hoffman, MD, is Medical Director of The Hoffman Center in New York City. A graduate of Albert Einstein College of Medicine, he is a Diplomate of the American College of Advancement in Medicine and The American Academy of Environmental Medicine. He is the author of Lyme Disease, Natural Therapies for Mitral Valve Prolapse, The Diet-Type Weight Loss Program, Seven Weeks to a Settled Stomach and Tired all the Time: How to Regain Your Lost Energy. He also hosts Health Talk, a daily radio program which is syndicated nationally.

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