Natural Treatment for ADD and ADHD Symptoms

Natural Treatment for ADD and ADHD Symptoms
A British study recently reported that children with behavioral and learning difficulties who took quality omega-3 fish oil supplements for just six months tested over a year higher in reading skills and six months higher in spelling. This means there’s hope for ADD and ADHD sufferers!

And the children in the study had significant behavior improvements with none of the negative side effects associated with commonly prescribed ADD and ADHD drugs and anti-depressants.

So since omega 3 fish oil can help children control behavior and pay attention at school, why not try a natural treatment for ADD and ADHD before taking a risk with prescription drugs?

After all, maybe all your child really needs is an oil change – just like your car!

Overcoming Attention Deficit Disorder Symptoms

Elliot, a nine year old participating in the omega 3 study, was falling way behind in his schoolwork. He had little interest in studying and would crash on the sofa in front of the TV as soon as he came home from school. But now Elliot heads straight for the library after school.

His mother, Sheila, says that after starting on fish oil, “Elliot’s reading jumped 18 months. He’s just a lot more interested in everything. He’s even developed an interest in classical music.”

Fish oil has traditionally been considered brain food. But, scientists now know that nearly 70% of a baby’s developing brain and more than 60% of the adult brain is made up of essential fatty acids – especially the omega 3 EPA and DHA fatty acids that are found in fish oil.

And wild salmon is nature’s richest source of these health promoting omega 3 fatty acids.

But you don’t want to give a child just any old fish oil supplement. It could be sourced from some impure waste product leftovers of the fertilizer industry or from whatever comes up in the net.

And you certainly don’t want to use flax seed oil. Although flaxseed contains omega 3 oil, it has none of the essential EPA or DHA fatty acids that research has found produces the results.

If you’re looking for positive ADD or ADHD results, and your family is among the millions who don’t eat fish at least 2 or 3 times a week, then it’s important to supplement your diet. Actually, good quality fish oil supplements are a great idea even if your family does eat plenty of fish.

Choosing the Best Omega 3 Fish Oil Supplements

Once you choose the best quality fish oil supplement, it’s vitally important to use it in combination with a super healthy diet that’s low in sugar and other high glycemic index foods.

My personal fish oil recommendation is Salmon Oil Plus with UHPO3. This omega 3 fish oil supplement supports brain development in children and optimum brain functioning in adults.

It also has the longest and safest history of success. Salmon Oil Plus has also helped millions of people around the world to find natural relief for migraines, arthritis, psoriasis, depression, heart disease, asthma, prostatitis and all forms of inflammation as well as other painful conditions.

And Salmon Oil Plus with UHPO3 is the most complete, balanced and purest (guaranteed zero toxicity) fish oil supplement on the market. And the “Plus” means it has all 8 omega 3 family members important to human nutrition – EPA, DHA, DPA, HPA, ETA, ETA (3), SDA AND ALA.

What’s more these nutritious fatty acids are all in the same perfect natural balance found in fresh salmon. For more detailed information on how Salmon Oil Plus with UHPO3 can help your family, friends and you to look and feel your absolute best, go to

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