When a Child Misbehaves

While using nutritional intervention to help a child with behavior problems I wanted to explain behavior in a larger context.

When a child misbehaves

  1. He’s a bad child

  2. Why did the child behave like this...

  • Hungry?

  • Tired?

  • Bullied, abused or ignored by someone?

  • Was the child labeled as bad and now fulfilling that identity.

  • Does the child have brain inflammation affecting behavior....

  • Hungry?

  • Tired?

  • Food sensitivities?

  • Heavy metal, mold or chemical toxicity?

  • A physical injury to the brain?

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