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    Quote Originally Posted by athomeontherange View Post
    There are so many studies that have debunked food being related to ADHD,
    This is what I'm waiting for you to post. None of what you posted suggests this remotely.

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    ummm lets see, what I posts says its a neurological disorder. What part of that is food related? It is shared through heredity means, what part of that is food related. I got you started, do some research Rich.
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    Quote Originally Posted by athomeontherange View Post
    ummm lets see, what I posts says its a neurological disorder. What part of that is food related? It is shared through heredity means, what part of that is food related. I got you started, do some research Rich.
    What you post shows that the brains of people diagnosed with ADHD are different than the brains of those not diagnosed with ADHD. It says nothing about whether food can affect the already diminished ability of those with ADHD to concentrate or stay still. I shouldn't have to research a fantastic claim that you made that you have brain scans proving that sugar doesn't make kids with ADHD more hyperactive. The onus for proof of a fantastic claim is on the person making the fantastic claim.

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    Quote Originally Posted by athomeontherange View Post
    There are so many studies that have debunked food being related to ADHD, NOT that I am advocating (although I am guilty with my own child). What an ADHD brain looks like compared to a normal brain is way different. There is a, for lack of a better phrase, dead space where connections just do not happen. Hence, prescribing stimulants to fire those receptors. Some people use stimulants that are medicated and some use non-medicated (mt. Dew).
    Yet, in most cases, ADHD is diagnosed and categorized based on symptoms. So a perfectly normal kid who's not eating well or acting out to cope with stress from bullying could be put on ritalin. And nobody considers the fact that diet and lifestyle can influence the expression of certain illnesses/disorders. Just medication and that's it.
    It seems that all you have to do to be diagnosed with a sociological, mental, developmental or psychological problem is ask a psychiatrist/psychologist/doctor nowadays. Or, more simply put: the difference between 'normal' people and 'mad/damaged' people is that the 'mad/damaged' person has visited a psychiatrist.

    PS: Another issue is where a kid with ADD is misdiagnosed as having ADHD due to displaying the hyperactive and/or bipolar-esque symptoms associated with ADHD, even though these particular symptoms could have another cause.
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    Quote Originally Posted by RichMahogany View Post
    What you post shows that the brains of people diagnosed with ADHD are different than the brains of those not diagnosed with ADHD. It says nothing about whether food can affect the already diminished ability of those with ADHD to concentrate or stay still. I shouldn't have to research a fantastic claim that you made that you have brain scans proving that sugar doesn't make kids with ADHD more hyperactive. The onus for proof of a fantastic claim is on the person making the fantastic claim.
    never said that. In fact, I mentioned NOTHING about sugar smart ass. I said that food is NOT cause of ADHD. The evidence I provided states that as well. There are some ignorant people that state food affects and or causes ADHD. That is FALSE. I did post an article that attributed to heightened ADHD to be vitamin and mineral deficient. Why you are looking for a fight is beyond me.
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    A person was talking to me about wanting to lose weight and get in shape.

    Person:"I mean, you're in good shape; what do you do?"

    Me: "Don't eat processed crap, lift really heavy stuff 2-3 times per week. That's pretty much it."

    Person: "What about cardio? How much do you do?"

    Me: "Uh...just the heavy weights thing."

    Person: "Weights aren't cardio!"

    Me: "You're clearly not doing it right, then."

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr. Anthony View Post
    A person was talking to me about wanting to lose weight and get in shape.

    Person:"I mean, you're in good shape; what do you do?"

    Me: "Don't eat processed crap, lift really heavy stuff 2-3 times per week. That's pretty much it."

    Person: "What about cardio? How much do you do?"

    Me: "Uh...just the heavy weights thing."

    Person: "Weights aren't cardio!"

    Me: "You're clearly not doing it right, then."
    love it.
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    This conversation makes no sense. Here's how it played out:
    Quote Originally Posted by athomeontherange View Post
    There are so many studies that have debunked food being related to ADHD
    Quote Originally Posted by paraphrasing me
    Can you post links to the studies proving that there's no link between food and ADHD?
    Quote Originally Posted by athomeontherange View Post
    never said that.

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    you are picking and choosing your quotes. YOU mentioned sugar I did not.

    Look up the Doctor Daniel Amen. He did the brain scans and wrote the book.
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