ADHD: Gut And Psychology Syndrome

gut and psychology syndrome

Gut And Psychology Syndrome, a book with a broad spectrum but mainly aimed at sufferers of ADHD, is available to buy from Mental Health Books.

Dr Natasha Campbell-McBride is a medical doctor and nutritionist. She is also the mother of a child with learning disabilities, and has devoted much of her career to understanding the relationship between various medical and psychological disorders, and human diet and nutrition. In this book she addresses not only ADD/ADHD, but also dyslexia, dyspraxia, autistic spectrum disorders and even schizophrenia. She believes that the relationship between diet and these disorders is very strong, and sets out to encourage good dietary habits for both children and adult sufferers. Much of her work is devoted to advising parents whose children have one of the above conditions.

A book for both parents and diagnosed adults alike, Dr Campbell-McBride shares her knowledge and experience as one of the foremost authorities in her field.

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3 Responses to ADHD: Gut And Psychology Syndrome

  1. Johnny says:

    Thanks for the heads up…I’ll have to pick this book up.

  2. Legion says:

    Actually, Dr Natasha Campbell-McBride is mostly associated with autism rather than ADHD, having an autistic son who she treated with her methods, and who is now a perfectly normal teenager. You could look at ADHD as being on the same spectrum as autistic disorders, which is why the book applies to both of these conditions and more.

    The full title of the book is “Gut and Psychology Syndrome: Natural Treatment for Autism, ADD / ADHD, Dyslexia, Dyspraxia, Depression and Schizophrenia” and I personally think anyone with any of these conditions should read it.

    I have used many of the ideas in the book successfully for treating my own schizophrenia.

    You can get a good idea of what the book is about from this article she has written:

  3. jadeila says:

    My apologies if I misrepresented the book, I’ll do a bit more research in future!

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