You already know that you shouldn't be packing soft drinks, sweet and cakes in your child's lunchbox because these food products are packed with lots of harmful sugar rather than essential nutrients and natural energy.
And here's yet another reason not to pack these sweet treats - according to a British study, drinks, sweets and cakes are brimming with food additives which can contribute to hyp... ››› more
As you get older, you might find your memory failing, your ability to concentrate dwindling and your general mental health taking a dive.
And much research goes into mental health as you age.
Just think about the advances in dementia to date and the ability of doctors to prevent the progression of the disease.
While this is all good and well, what about your mental health while you're ... ››› more
Recently, news reports circulated about the prevalence of ADHD in South Africa.
The shocking results revealed that more people in South Africa are receiving treatment for Attention Deficit Hyperactive Disorder (ADHD) than in America - a country obsessed with pharmaceutical drugs.
But it appears Americans are looking for natural treatments for ADHD, while us South Africans don't think we ha... ››› more
Just before your period, do you feel anxious, moody and depressed? And do you struggle to focus, remember things and get organised?
You could be suffering from undiagnosed Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD) or Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD)! Here's why…
Powerful body-boosting, health enhancing, natural remedies to help you through... ››› more
It's not only children that have to learn to cope with living with ADHD. There's a large group of the population who suffer with the symptoms of adult ADHD too. If you're struggling to cope with everyday tasks requiring concentration and order, we may have just the solution for you, and it's completely drug free…
About 6% of the adult population has ADHD. If you’re one of them, you’re pro... ››› more
With the start of the new school year, teachers all over the country are going to suss out the situation with their new class. Some children will be the topic of discussion in the tea room - describing some as terrors, and others as sweet as pie. As a parent, listen to what the teacher tells you about your child and his behaviour in class. If his teacher describes him as ”a disruptive child”, ... ››› more
There are so many children on treatment for being hyperactive. Could something their mothers did while pregnant lead them to give birth to a child suffering from ADHD?
In new research coming out of Australia, it’s become clear that there are environmental factors that play a role in whether your child is born to be hyperactive.
And it seems that the nicotine in cigarettes has an ... ››› more
It's Halloween today! A day where people around the globe embrace the scary side of life. But one scary thing you shouldn't embrace is the common health problems facing your children. Read on to discover the four health issues threatening your child's health RIGHT NOW - and what you can do to reverse them…
Here are some scary facts to get your Halloween off to a bang.
17% of South Afr... ››› more
These days, it seems like most children have Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD). Now, a new study out of Tel Aviv suggests a novel way new moms can drastically lower their child's chances of developing ADHD later in life…
We’ve all heard the horror stories…
Jamie’s teacher complains that she’s inattentive in class, struggles to understand material and instructions and... ››› more
Do you remember sitting in front of the crossword puzzle each morning with a pen in one hand and a stopwatch in the other? Now, I bet you too feel like you could sometimes time yourself with a sundial. Read more... Names, dates, appointments and even the whereabouts of our possessions slip into the deep recesses of cognitive decline.
But, new research confirms, there is a natural solution to ke... ››› more
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