Psychotherapy ADHD Blog 1: Why Brain Fats Matter

November 30, 2010

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By Debi Elliott, November 30, 2010: Clinical research shows that children with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) who took krill oil for 13 weeks normalized their electrical brain-activity patterns through QEEG brain mapping.  This was somewhat to be expected, because krill oil contains DHA phospholipids, a major brain-fat molecule, which plays a major role in brain function. Continue reading this ADHD blog on WellWise.org “Why Brain Fats Matter” for ADHD and Depression.

6 Responses to “Psychotherapy ADHD Blog 1: Why Brain Fats Matter”

  1. Debi, thank you so much for this great information about ADHD therapy in Boulder. I tried to find your number on boulder psychotherapy institute, but you were not there. But then I found this site when I looked for Boulder ADHD and here you are.

  2. John,

    Thank you for you comment. I am registered on Boulder Psychotherapy Institute, but I am known at the psychotherapy institute under the name Debora Elliott.
    Regards, Debi.

  3. Debi I loooove your ADHD blog on Wellwise.org. I followed the link from there to your Boulder therapy site. I like your approach and how you think about ADHD. Unfortunately, I live in Washington DC. Boulder people are lucky to have someone like you. Liz.

  4. You may want to check out my ADHD blogs on wellwise.org, because I am getting a lot of positive feedback there. Debi

  5. I don’t always agree with your posts, but this was dead on, way to go!

  6. That’s helpful information about sugar and ADHD. Is there a difference between sugars from soda and sugars from fruits? Thank you for your answer.

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