This 3 month programme is set up to give you the nutrition that you need to help with some of the deficiencies you may face if you have ADHD, Autism, ADD or AuDHD. As most of these Neurodiversity’s have similar requirements we use ADHD as a catch all.
What is included in the pack:
1 x Baobab & Astragalus Root 60 capsules
1 x B Vitamins & Zinc 60 capsules
1 x Fish, Flax & Sun 60 Capsules
1 x Magnesium & Beet 100 capsules Vegan
3 x Plant Protein Fuel Powder Vanilla 300g Vegan
Easy step-by-step guide to taking these supplements:
Take 1 capsule in the morning of:
Magnesium & Beet 100 capsules Vegan
Replace at least 1 meal with:
Plant Protein Fuel Powder Vanilla 300g Vegan
Information on this pack:
* This pack provides the most recommended supplements in a combo pack that will last you about 1 month.
* We recommend that you take it for a minimum of 3 months.
* Included in this pack is the addition of a Plant protein powder, which can help if you are not getting enough to eat or need to take some control of what you eat. You can add this to a plant based milk or yoghurt to make a nutritious shake. We added 3 pots so that you can replace at least 1 meal a day.
Information on ADHD/ADD/Autism/AuDHD:
Research has shown that supplements can help to relive some of the symptoms of ADHD along with balance nutrition and exercise.
It is important to understand what a supplement is, they provide basic nutrients for optimal health and function that you may not be getting from your food. Supplements include vitamins, minerals, proteins, and fats. Botanicals are plant-based products that are not necessarily nutrients, but which may have positive effects on health and function.
Omega Oils Fish, Flax and Sun
There is some evidence that fish oil can help improve ADHD symptoms. Some findings suggest that fish oil supplements may improve the mental skills of those with the disorder. For instance, it may help improve the ability to organize activities. The results showed improvements with hyperactivity, inattentiveness, ability to think clearly, and overall behavior. Research shows people with ADHD have lower levels of omega-3 compared to their peers who do not have ADHD. The benefits of taking an omega-3 supplement may include improving ADHD symptoms, resulting in, for example, increased attention, focus, and memory, and may help with your overall approach to treatment. While the effects appear to be small compared to the efficacy of traditional ADHD medications, omega-3’s have been shown to be helpful for improving ADHD symptoms.
Zinc is a mineral that regulates dopamine. If you have low levels, it may contribute to attentional issues.5 Zinc deficiencies tend to be common, which may have an impact on functions such as memory, impulse control, attention, and mood. Some studies suggest that zinc may have a beneficial impact on ADHD symptoms, particularly that of inattention when used as a complementary therapy.6 However, further research is needed to understand its potential efficacy as well as what dosages and formulations might be most helpful. Some studies suggest that those with ADHD may have lower levels of zinc in their body. And some scientists say those with the disorder who took zinc supplements along with traditional ADHD treatment had an improvement in their symptoms. Several studies have shown a drop in hyperactivity and impulsivity with zinc supplements. The same research, though, reports no change in inattentiveness, which is another key symptom of ADHD.
There’s some evidence that certain natural supplements might help. A combo of ginseng and Ginkgo improved ADHD symptoms in one study. More research is needed to confirm the finding, though.
Vitamin B and Magnesium
The B vitamins are essential for a healthy nervous system. Vitamin B6 is especially important for ADHD, as it is involved in the production of the neurotransmitters norepinephrine, serotonin, and dopamine. Vitamin B6 and magnesium metabolism are connected. If magnesium levels are low, this can cause problems similar to ADHD, such as reduced attention span and irritability. A deficiency in B6 might result in poor memory, trouble concentrating, and increased activity.1 Taking magnesium and B6 together may be helpful in managing ADHD symptoms.
Studies have suggested that people who have ADHD often have low blood serum levels of vitamin D. Supplementing with vitamin D may be helpful for improving symptoms and well-being in children with ADHD. One review of studies concluded that vitamin D supplementation appeared to be useful as an adjunctive therapy. However, further research is needed to better understand both the efficacy and safety of supplementing vitamin D in both children and adults with ADHD.
Iron is needed to make dopamine.7 Low iron levels have been associated with ADHD symptoms. Some studies suggest that iron supplementation (along with zinc) was helpful for improving ADHD symptoms and treatment outcomes. Your doctor can check your iron levels and prescribe a supplement if you need one. It is not advisable to take an iron supplement without medical advice.
You also get a lot more in the combo pack including:
L-Tyrosine and Ashwagandha which are known to have many benefits for ADHD.
This information does not constitute advice and should not be taken over the advice of a medical practitioners, pharmacists or any other licensed and insured healthcare professionals. You should contact your healthcare provider in relation to this product, before purchase, if you believe you have a medical condition that may be affected by its use. Please ensure that you always read the label and follow any instructions that come with the product before you use or consume. Please do not rely on the information stated here. This product has no medicinal properties, and is not intended to treat, cure or prevent any disease. Supplements are not a substitute for a balanced diet; in case of pregnancy, breastfeeding or use of any medicine it is advisable to consult the doctor. Consult a medical practitioner if in doubt and discontinue the use in case of reaction. Do not use the supplement in case of having a recognised disease; in case of insomnia or nausea, stop taking the product.