After Halloween candy, is your child or student showing more problems than usual?

Does this same child have some problems with
  • school work?
  • homework?
  • friendships?
  • anger?
    ...(Now thatís scary)

The overloading of colorful Halloween candy can trigger sensitivities to food dyes and other additives. Some of these chemicals (found in everyday foods) are creating more subtle everyday problems.

Despite what the food industry says, studies show that avoiding certain food additives can result in real improvement in behavior, attention and learning for many children. Halloween is a good test for sensitivities. Check out the scientific research about ADHD, diet and behavior at www.feingold.org.

The Feingold® Association of the U.S.
A non-profit organization dedicated to helping children and adults apply proven dietary management techniques for improved behavior, learning, and health.