ADHD Diet: The Cure Is Nutrition Not Drugs

  • by Martin Meyer
  • Narrated by Dave Wright
  • 1 hrs and 45 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

You Can Live a Normal Life Without Drugs!
Live a Healthier Life by Eating a Proper Diet That Treats and Prevents ADHD!

Do you experience difficulty in focusing?
Are you tired of overseeing time and want a solution?
Does being late, forgetful, and overwhelmed by your responsibilities sound familiar?

If that's the case, this book can help you!
This book is for anyone who's struggling with ADHD or ADD.
ADHD is one of the most common neuropsychological disorders in the modern era. This book covers all aspects of ADHD and how it affects a person's mental, psychological, and social health. Moreover, ADHD has several types, each of which is much more potent than the other. You need to know all signs and symptoms of how and when ADHD starts to develop or when you become prone to it. Also you should know the causes of ADHD occurrence, to avoid them in future.
One of the most important, if not the most important, part of treating and preventing ADHD is a proper diet.
This book will explain:

Signs and symptoms of the disorder
Overview of ADHD and their types
Difference between normal and ADHD brains
Overview of ADHD medications
Nonmedical treatment
Fixing ADHD with a proper ADHD diet
Things you should eat or avoid

Early treatment can prevent or lessen the conditions of ADHD!
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Customer Reviews

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Though informative, archaic language and poor narration was so distracting it was hard to finish (& I don't have ADHD). Words were mispronounced and even incorrectly read -for example: "medication" was repeatedly spoken in a chapter on meditation.
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- S. Potts

Cobbled together and rushed

Any additional comments?

Most of the text appears to have been shoddily translated from French. For example, "casein intolerance" (which in French would be "intolérance à la caséïne") becomes, in the text, "casein bigotry" (uh?). So I must often back-translate what is said into French to figure out what the author meant.

The narrator does not help the book much: he often talks about HDHD instead of ADHD, and the whole section on meditation is read as "medication"... right at the start of the chapter that describes non-medication options ! He also has no sense of rhythm and reads every sentence in one of three repetitive patterns, which makes it hard to concentrate on what he says (which, in a book devoted to an audience with ADHD, is a fatal flaw).

In general, the book has the feel of something cobbled together and rushed.

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- Louis-Eric Simard

Book Details

  • Release Date: 04-21-2016
  • Publisher: Meyer Enterprises