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Treating learning disabilities and/or hyperactivity with a drug-free therapy - mainly diet - is a better, safer way to remove the obstacles to learning. And certain foods turn out to be more common obstacles than others.
'Refined sugar leads the list of foods that such children cannot tolerate,' says Dr Vogel.
'We change a child's behavior dramatically by lowering his or her intake of sugar,' says Patricia Hardman, director of the Woodland Hall Academy, a school for children with hyperac­tivity and learning disabilities in Maitland, Florida.
'We had one child who was tested for his IQ and scored 140. Three days later, he was tested and scored 100! It turned out that Grandma had come for a visit and that morning had made the child pancakes for breakfast; of course they were smothered in store-bought, sugary syrup. Well, we waited another three days - three days without sugar - and tested him again. Sure enough, he scored 140. There's no doubt about it. Sugar makes children poor learners.
'If a child comes to school extremely depressed or complains that nothing is going right, or if he flies off the handle and can't be controlled, we ask him what he's been eating. It's almost always the case that the night before he had ice cream or soda or some other food with a lot of sugar.
'At Woodland Hall,' says Dr Hardman, 'sugar is eliminated from the diet of every child.'
Throwing out sugar often involves the elimination of many highly processed additive-laden foods - and with them go many of the most common causes of food allergy. Robert W. Boxer, an allergist in Skokie, Illinois, says, 'If every family physician and pediatrician put all of their patients with hyperactivity, learning disabilities or behavioral disorders on a sugar-free, white-flour-free, chemical-free and caffeine-free diet, I think 80 per cent of our problems would be improved.'
Of course, learning disabilities can show up as late as during secondary school or college years. But some parents notice the child is different at a very early age, even though teachers continue to pass the child along from grade to grade to avoid dealing with him or her two years in a row. But ignoring the problem only puts more distance between the child's achieve­ments and potential. If your child is learning disabled and physical causes have been ruled out, you owe it to your child's future to consider allergies - of any kind.
For just as there's no one curriculum for each and every child, there's no one diet for learning improvements.
'When it comes to allergy-induced learning disabilities, we have to consider the entire world as potentially guilty,' says Gary Oberg, a pediatrician in Crystal Lake, Illinois. 'If you concentrate on only food, you may miss the boat'.
Doctors find that when the allergens are identified and removed, the child performs better. He's calmer, pays attention longer, finishes his work, writes more clearly and is less impul­sive. When he performs better, he receives praise - and self-esteem increases. That, in turn, motivates him to try harder. Allergy control gives learning ability quite an effective boost.



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