It’s an unfortunate fact of modern life. Even when we try to return to the wholesome goodness of whole – read, real – foods, something is lacking. Thanks to the various methods of modern farming and transport, even the whole foods we eat are lacking in vital nutrients.
Attention Deficit Disorder, in itself, is not a learning disability. The term “learning disability” typically refers to a perceptual disability, such as an auditory or visual processing disorder, like autism or dyslexia. A person with ADD, however, has no problems perceiving or interpreting information. Therefore, it does not qualify as a learning disability.
How does physical health or the lack thereof impact our state of mind? In this article, I use my own enlightening experience as a means of providing a personal but arguably universal answer to this question. I also impart to my readers the essentials of nutrition that should prove helpful in designing a wholesome diet. Finally, as an addendum, I impart to my readers some basic notions related to exercise and the pursuit of fitness.