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We share effective tips and practices for working with Adult ADD / Adult ADHD in a natural, holistic way, without the use of medications. Hosted by Bahman Sarram and Michael Joseph Ferguson. For more info, visit: LEGAL DISCLAIMER: The information shared on this podcast is intended solely for the purpose of personal growth, and not as a replacement for professional psychological support. The views and opinions of the hosts and guests of our podcast are not meant to be taken as medical advice. It is very important seek the help of a qualified medical practitioner when making any shifts to psychiatric medication you may be taking, or if you are experiencing extreme psychological distress.

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Pretty good advice but....

These guys are on a good track but they say things that are not true here and there. Ie quinoa being a grain- it’s not a grain, it’s a seed. Also, there is no study that proves sugar is an addictive! This myth is partly responsible for overeating due to restrictive and guilt mindsets. The study they site is a very poorly executed one. Check out Marci Evans RD about the science on food addiction.
I have found myself saying “that’s not based on science or facts” several times.
Needless to say the advice for eating as simple (avoiding processed, sugary stuff as much as possible, getting adequate protein and other tips are, in my experience helpful for dealing with adhd.
Eating regularly is really important. I ate on the fly, grabbing whatever and used caffeine all day before, it ruined me.
I love how they frame adhd as being a hunter type and that hunter types need to care for themselves in ways others may not need to. Anyone with eating disorder issues be careful. They mention weight loss and the diet advice can be skewed in for an anorexic or diet mentality survivor.
If you ascribe to HAES, disregard the weight loss talk!

A Godsend

I'm so grateful to have found this podcast and the accompanying book, the Drummer and the Great Mountain. I have felt a lot of secrecy and shame about having ADD (diagnosed as a 40+ year old). Not only is this helping me reframe how I view and talk (or don't talk) about it, it's giving me such useful and practical advice and direction. THANK YOU!


I breathed a sigh of relief upon listening to just the first episode. I finally realized that there is nothing WRONG with me. On another note: PLEASE PLEASE tell me there will be an audio version to the book. I feel it would accompany the print version very well.

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