Years ago, I wanted a book on ADHD that would clearly spell out exactly what I needed to do to support my son with ADHD naturally.
But I couldn’t ever find it.
Can you relate to that desperate search for answers?
That constant googling for something – anything – that might actually help you get some relief from the challenging ADHD behaviors?
When I was looking for that book, I struck out.
Over and over again.
There was no book out there that gave me the information I needed in a way that I could understand and implement effectively.
Novelist Toni Morrison once said that “if you find a book you really want to read but it hasn’t been written yet, then you must write it.”
So that’s what I did!
I am SO excited to announce that my book, Thriving with ADHD: A Guide to Naturally Reducing ADHD Symptoms in Your Child, is finally here!
This is my first book, and I think it’s going to be really helpful for caregivers of children with ADHD.
It’s my life’s work…the guide I needed when I started this journey with my son but couldn’t find.
It’s different from other books out there because I am not only a practitioner, but also a mom who “gets it.”
I have been where you are….at that place where every day is a challenge.
I used to be miserable.
Years ago, my son’s ADHD symptoms were so bad that I dreaded getting out of bed in the morning.
Every day was a challenge.
There were meltdowns over things that felt small.
He was incapable of sitting still for even five minutes.
There was emotional dysregulation…
Day after day after day.
I know what it’s like to feel desperate for solutions.
I also know what it’s like to be disappointed when meds don’t work.
For us, medication actually made my son worse instead of better.
That’s what led me to further my education, become a Holistic Health and Nutrition Practitioner, help my own son learn to thrive with ADHD naturally, teach nearly 1000 other families how to do the same, and then ultimately write a book.
Thriving with ADHD is now an International Best Seller in multiple categories, including #1 in children’s health!!
If you are a caregiver of a child with ADHD….looking for something more natural to try…then I want to invite you to check out my brand new best selling book, Thriving with ADHD.
My son is now completely off medication and thriving!
In fact, he even wakes himself up for school and gets ready on his own, before I’m even out of bed!
This is possible for YOU too!
Maybe you’re wondering now…
What’s in the book?
In chapter 1, we explore the backbone of natural ADHD symptom reduction: why it works and what the science and real life experience has taught me.
In chapters 2 and 3, you’ll learn what foods to eat for ADHD, as well as what foods to avoid and why.
In chapters 4 and 5, I’ll clear up any confusion you might have about superfoods, genetically modified organisms, and organic produce.
In chapter 6, I’ll provide a step-by-step guide to meal planning to remove all the stress and confusion of this often-dreaded task.
In chapter 7, I’ll help you avoid the trap that many caregivers I work with fall into. These caregivers think their children are completely gluten-free, only to realize shortly thereafter that there are hidden sources of gluten lurking in their pantry and keeping them from seeing the progress they want to see.
Then, in chapter 8, we’ll talk about supplements.
In chapters 9 and 10, we’ll explore some of the most common obstacles caregivers of children with ADHD run into when they begin changing their diet. Challenges like picky eating, financial barriers, difficult family members or friends, and a host of other obstacles.
Finally, in chapters 11 and 12, we’ll look at what to do when a caregiver makes all of these changes and their child is still struggling. It would be nice if we could do one thing that was guaranteed to work. Just change the food you eat, and your child will no longer struggle. I wish I could make that promise.
Unfortunately, that’s not reality because every child is different, every family is different, and every circumstance is unique. Our children with ADHD are whole people, so sometimes, just changing the food they eat isn’t enough.
Sometimes, we need to dig a little deeper for underlying stressors in their unique bodies.
Or, sometimes, we need to look at how we interact as a family. Is it possible that the family has developed new ways of interacting with one another that aren’t exactly healthy? We will look at these issues – and more – in the final couple of chapters.
PLUS, when you pick up your copy of the book, you also gain access to a ton of FREE resources, including…
✔️Access to Training videos
Here is what some early readers are saying about the book: