He flips into being a different person. It's like he is not there. Am I crazy to think this?
Not at all. It is biochemical and it is as if a switch does flip in his brain. And you, of all people, can feel it. But, remember, the switch can be rewired.
She acts like two different people. What happens to her?
Depending on her biochemical state, her behavior will change. Biochemistry shifts, behavior shifts.
Sometimes he scares me. Is that normal?
When he shifts into that state, it is scary. This is a totally natural response on your part. The rage is fierce and you do not trust what he might do. Your feelings are real, and they are warranted.
Is this my fault? Is this about bad parenting?
This is about your child's biochemistry. You haven't known the part about the food. You cannot do what you do not know.
Is there really a way out?
Yes, our plan goes to the heart of the issue and balances the chemistry that drives this behavior.
How can something so simple have this kind of effect?
It does seem strange, doesn't it? To be honest, we were stunned by the power of food to change the behavior.
What is the most important part of your program?
Enough food, on time.
That's not all though, right?
No, actually we help parents make a number of changes with their kids. But we encourage you to do it slowly and to get the child to actually "buy into" the plan.
What is doing the food?
This refers to making changes in your child's diet in a structured and sequential way.
I am tired and overloaded and I just want to give up. What should I do?
Take a deep breath. We are here to help. You can rely on our support and guidance. Make yourself some breakfast and keep reading.
Should I just take the sugar out of his diet?
Absolutely not! That would be the worst thing you could do right off the bat. Your kid would unravel. Learn the process. Let's go slowly and heal his brain.
What should I do in a crisis when he's acting out?
First of all, feed him.Give him some protein and fruit right away. The fruit will deal with any sugar withdrawal that might be operating and will provide quick blood sugar reflief. The protein will provide sustained, time-released support to his blood sugar.
We have a funny saying in our community - "cheese, not soap." A cheese stick does wonders for a mouthy kid. Always have some protein dense food available.
She only wants carbs and sweets. What can I do?
Let us show you how to introduce different foods to the sweet eater. We can show you how to take baby steps for results.
Why haven't I heard about this before?
We have been working with moms under the radar. Recent events convinced us to take what we know more public.
How did you figure this out?
We have a lot of knowledge and experience in dealing with biochemical and behavioral imbalance. Listening to our parents taught us about your child.
How much does this program cost?
Nothing in dollars, pounds or euros. But it takes willingness, commitment and attention.
Is this scientifically proven?
Have there been published studies demonstrating the effectiveness of the plan? Nope. It's too simple. Have there been children and families whose lives are profoundly improved? Yes.
Is there any risk with this program?
No. No harm, no risk, no expense, just results.