Dyslexia is one of the most recognized learning disabilities, but it’s not truly understood. All too often, a child or adult is diagnosed and then immediately put on Ritalin or a similar pharmaceutical. Rarely is the topic of reversing dyslexia brought up, much less discussed. If you’ve been reading this blog for very long, you
What? Breaking sugar addiction may reverse dyslexia? You read that right. Stop the sugar, and you’ll be amazed at how your health and the health of your children will improve. Here’s the story of one child who broke her sugar cravings. Megan came to me to improve her grades and her attitude about school.
Does your gut tell you something’s not quite right with your child? Have you been wondering if he or she may have a learning difference such as dyslexia? Does he or she show any of the common signs and symptoms of dyslexia? While many children have a few of these dyslexia traits, if you see
Did You Know There Are Effective Treatments for ADD, Developmental Delays, and Learning Disabilities?
Taken from Chapter 15, House of Miracles by Bernice Dotz Martin was awkward, moved in an ungraceful fashion, and walked with an unbalanced gait because the neurological pathways from his brain to his muscles were not coordinated or developed. He and his family were told he had ADD, learning disabilities, and developmental delays. He learned
Summary and Comments for the California Research Project – 2001 Twenty four students, ages 8-18 were selected at random from Santa Barbara County in California, to participate in a study measuring the positive changes utilizing Books Neural Therapy™, a non drug intervention to improve academic skills and social behavior. Funding was made possible through the
The Austin MD Magazine for May/June 2014 has an article I wrote about three case studies of Books Neural Therapy. Beyond dyslexia and ADHD treatments, Books Neural Therapy offers the restoration of mental health by rewiring your basic fundamental neurology. It incorporates the latest advances in nueroscience to find communication breakdowns in the circuitry (your
There’s no question that maintaining a nutritious diet can help keep your body healthy. But when it comes to which foods can specifically benefit which body parts, science remains surprisingly sketchy. But nature gives us a big clue as to what foods help what part of our body! A sliced Carrot looks like the human eye. According
Nutrition is a big player in the dyslexia world. Food is fuel for your brain, and the quality of the fuel can help or hinder your brain’s ability to think and process information. Good nutrition isn’t something you can practice occasionally—it needs to be an ingrained habit. As an example of how nutrition can affect
By Rosita Alvarez As a parent seeking to improve the life of my son, I journeyed through many stages of healing along his side. I passed through an entire spectrum from denial all the way to liberation thanks to Books Neural Therapy. Yes, Denial was first. By six, I knew he was smart as he