Gut Health for Kids : A Parents’ Guide to Promoting Brain-Gut Health: Provide Your Child with a Diet That Fosters Better Mental Health. ADD and ADHD Don’t Have to Be a Lifelong Burden. (Unabridged‪)‬

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If you want your child to have a healthy mental state, improve their gut health! Here’s why and how....

Harvard Medical School reports that the brain and the gut are intimately connected. When your intestine is in trouble, it can send signals to the brain, and vice versa.

Therefore, distress in your digestive system can be the cause or the product of anxiety, stress, depression, and other mental issues.

The National Center for Biotechnology Information reveals that bipolar disorder, anxiety, depression, autism spectrum disorder (ASD), and attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) are all connected to the behavioral, cognitive, and emotional turmoils that are ultimately rooted in disordered brain function.

A disordered brain function can be the result of an unhealthy gut. The latter is caused by chemical imbalances triggered by an unhealthy diet. Chemical imbalances can disrupt how your digestive system works in absorbing the nutrients needed to boost your immunity and your brain.

When this continues, the brain-gut connection will become toxic, resulting in a weak immune system and poor mental health.

So, to help your kid overcome emotional and behavioral problems, you need to be mindful of their diet.

Once you’re aware of what foods cause the gut to malfunction, you’ll be able to start making changes in how you prepare meals for your household.

Let this manual help you become a proactive parent who gives only the best your child deserves. Inside, you will discover:

How the brain and the gut communicate with each other—this can either improve or disturb the brain’s normal function!
What causes the immune system to attack healthy tissue…and how to prevent it
The types of food that gut bacteria don’t recognize—they can make your digestive tract dysfunctional when consumed long-term
What triggers pleasure centers in the brain (caution: it’s just a short-term boost and will be detrimental in the long run)
The food additives associated with ADHD and violent outbursts
How to test your kid’s gut health without going to a doctor
The 5 types of diet that can help your kid improve their ADHD symptoms and overall health
10 artificial ingredients to avoid (warning: manufacturers hide one of them by writing this alternative name on their packaging)
The worst kind of fat that can trigger ADHD and other neurological issues
What to include in your kid’s diet to help their gut absorb the essential nutrients their body needs on a regular basis
The imbalances in the stomach that affect how the brain works…and what to do to achieve balance
How to remedy the overgrowth of fungi in the digestive tract by avoiding certain foods

And much more.

You won’t just get information from this guide, you’ll find simple, delicious, and gut-healthy recipes, too!

Plus, you can even apply the advice in this book not just for your child, but also for yourself and your entire family.

Today is the right time to start taking action for your child’s health, starting with their gut.

If you want to improve your kid’s mental health for the long term through proper nutrition, then scroll up and buy now.

Megan Meyer
hr min
July 28
Nerio Publishing