What if our switch to a more urban society (less hunting and gathering) has caused much of the ADHD epidemic? dollars are spent each year on research and treatment of ADHD, yet research reported at Symposium has shown that giving kids who exhibit signs of ADHD an supplement for 16 weeks greatly decreased their inattentiveness and helped them to get an additional 57 minutes of sleep each night.
Throughout history, humans have eaten fish. It was abundant, easy to catch and easy to cook. We could get fresh fish year around even if the water was iced over. Now, with of the population worldwide living in urban areas, it is no longer necessary to catch your own food. Any food you want is available 365 days a year at the corner grocery store.
Oily fish, such as mackerel, tuna and salmon, are naturally high in not because the fish produces it, but because the fish eat algae that is high in , What if our change in diet, thanks to ever increasing urbanization, has transformed the health of our children?
Like omega-3 DHA? We have been lectured to for decades to limit fat, but as Dr. Patrick Wall, said at Alltech’s 30th Annual International Symposium, “Not all fat is bad.” Fat is essential for hormones, catalysts and many other functions in the human body.
Not only been linked to helping with ADHD, it has a whole list of positive benefits:
· Increases in cognitive function
· Decreases blood pressureNow is the time for all farmers and ranchers to ask themselves: Are we in the business of agriculture or are we in the human health business? Could farmers and ranchers start to produce foods that are enriched with the nutrients we are all missing in our diets? After all, we are what the animal ate and we are what the animal did not eat.
|Wouldn't it be awesome if we could get the needed Omega-3 DHA|
by eating beef or pork instead of fish?
What if +Alltech had the algae put in a capsule form so we could get our daily Omega-3 DHA without having to eat fish or take a fish oil capsule and in turn putting less pressure on already shrinking fish populations? Would you take it?
It is time for us to put ourselves in the human health business and make good food and supplement choices for our families.
-A Kansas Farm Mom