If your child goes from “wired” to “tired” in the course of his school day, ponder what Michael Gerber, MD, HMD, of Reno, Nevada has to say about this potential cause.
Moms are starting their kids out to school with synthetic waffles, with synthetic maple syrup with high fructose corn syrup, and a synthetic orange drink with high fructose corn syrup and artificial colorings and flavorings.
A child who consumes an artificial breakfast over a period of time will experience a significant drop in blood sugar by mid-morning; he will have a hypoglycemic attack and not be able to sit still. He will be angry, having no focus or concentration. The teacher will say, “Call the nurse; this child has a deficiency of Ritalin. We need drugs for this child.”
Mom killed his energy.
Are the pediatricians, or the nurses, or is anybody asking what the child had for breakfast or what he eats in life?