Tuesday, December 22, 2009

Krill Oil and ADHD and other brain-related illnesses

Replace your children’s strong drugs with nature’s safer, more effective alternatives

Do you know any parents who would love to replace or reduce the strong drugs their children are taking every day with safer, more effective natural alternatives direct from nature?

What about replacing Ritalin with
Krill Oil?

One of our clients reported that her doctor prescribed Ritalin for her 12-year old son several months ago and has had to increase the dosage dramatically twice to get the same result. “It frightens me to think how much he will have to take a year from now. We have to find a better solution.” She was thrilled to learn about
Krill Oil.

Twelve percent of all children and 6% of all adults in North America have ADHD.

Ritalin is the drug of choice for both children and adults who are diagnosed with ADD and ADHD.

A four week study of 64 adults with ADHD found no evidence of effectiveness with Ritalin. Many children and adults hate the effects they feel from taking Ritalin and other narcotic drugs, yet, until now, they’ve had few alternatives.

A Florida study evaluated the effects of cold-processed
Krill Oil on adult ADHD. It was a preliminary study of 30 otherwise healthy adults with confirmed diagnosis of ADHD. They took 500 mg daily dose of krill oil. That’s half or 1/3 the amount we recommend.

The 90-day interim results showed significant improvement as follows:

60.2% improvement in concentration and working capacity

39% improvement in ability to focus
48.4% improvement in social skills
34.2% improvement in ability to manage money
50% improvement in planning skills
34.5% improvement in driving capacity and road safety skills

Dr. Leslie Rouder, director of disability services at Barry University where the study was sponsored, stated, “krill oil is shown to be a natural, safe and effect product for the treatment of ADHD.”

Low levels of omega-3s are linked to other brain-related illnesses like bipolar disorder, schizophrenia, mood disorders, moderate depression, etc.

There have been over 160 studies of
omega 3 concerning learning, memory, and mental disorders. Omega 3 improves school performance and reduce behavioral problems.

Omega 3 has been combined with iron, zinc, folic acid and other vitamins to improve verbal intelligence, learning, and memory test scores after six months trials.

Here’s some remarkable research news: Did you know that what you eat can affect the brain molecules and synapses in your grandchildren’s brains?

Why not eat
Healthy snacks fortified with Omega 3?

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