When The ADHD Diagnosis Is Wrong: The Story of Kid Three

The Story of Kid Three by The Allergy Chef

A while back we shared the story of Kid Four, and there was a lot of interest in an extended video about Kid Three (Mr. Low/No Sugar). The story of Kid Three has deep roots in awful behavior and a misdiagnosis of ADHD. He was quite a violent child, and to call him a handful would be quite the understatement. We had considered military school (and still do sometimes), tried all sorts of parenting “tips”, gone through the ADHD diagnosis process, and a lot more.

In the end, it was one radical moment that changed his life (and ours) forever. If this resonates with you, or perhaps you have a friend or family member going thru something similar, be sure to share this with them.

Always remember, however, no two people are the same. If you’re able to find a good doctor to work with, be sure to do that. In our case, Kid Two had a fabulous doctor, yet Kid Three seemed to slip thru the cracks. Medical professionals are trained in a particular way for years on end, and food & nutrition are minimally covered. I say that to say this: you are your child’s best advocate. If you sense that something isn’t right, don’t give up until you find an answer.

If you’re new to refined sugar free, or curious about the kind of meals Kid Three eats, check out our FREE Three Day Refined Sugar Free Meal Plan (also gluten free and top 9 allergy free).

Three Day Refined Sugar Free Meal Plan (Gluten Free, Top 8 Allergy Free) by The Allergy Chef

Kid Three’s (current) Favorite Cookies: Corn Free Maple Cookie Recipe & Reduced Sugar, Gluten Free, Vegan

This doesn’t mean that food will be the issue in every case. However, it’s not uncommon in today’s modern society to have a diet that’s void of critical vitamins, nutrients, and balance.

If this story resonates with you and you’re unsure where to start, join RAISE today for over 400 recipes that are free from cane/refined sugar and more.

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