...ADD is a nutritional deficiency and not a psychological disorder.... studies have shown magnesium and zinc deficiencies in children with ADHD.
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Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) May 22, 2013
The Nutritional Magnesium Association at http://www.nutritionalmagnesium.org is pleased to announce its sponsorship of the "Color Burst 5K Fun Walk/Run". This special event for adults and children supports award-winning non-profit organizations that help children and their families find non drug alternatives to behavior problems labeled as attention deficit disorder and attention deficit hyperactivity disorder.
The event will take place in Orange County’s Irvine Lake recreational area located at 4621 Santiago Canyon Rd, Silverado CA 92676, just south of Los Angeles, on Saturday, June 29th at 10:00 a.m.
The Color Burst 5K is an event for people of all ages. Organized by The Charity Bomb at http://www.TheCharityBomb.com, the event will be a unique experience focused less on speed and more on crazy color fun along the way while people run or walk with family and friends.
The run is a 5K run/walk. As the runners/walkers reach designated color zones along the route, they will be blitzed by volunteers, sponsors, and staff with COLOR. The color is made of cornstarch and FD&C colorants. Although colors can easily be washed clean it is advisable to only wear discardable clothes.
After event party includes food truck and refreshments garden, adult/kid bounce houses, games and summer party music for all day fun.
There are two simple rules for the run: 1) Wear white shirts, togas, chicken suits, etc., at the start line. 2) Have a ton of fun!
Event starts at 10 a.m., General Parking is $5.00 The event registration fee is $45 per person for adults and $20 for children ages 9-15 with younger children 8 and under free. Children under the age of 9 are free. Registration is available online. Early registration is strongly encouraged to secure a place at the event. More information and complete event details are available by visiting The Charity Bomb website http://www.TheCharityBomb.com
Come early for good parking and plan to stay for a while for some tailgating fun.
From depression to anxiety and ADHD, more of our children now suffer from mental health problems and need pills to treat them — or so we’re told. Over 20 million children are being prescribed psychiatric drugs for behavior problems, yet these drugs do more harm than good.
Here are the facts: Every 8 hours a baby is born with birth defects due to psychiatric drugs. Every week a child goes into a coma because of psychiatric drugs. Every week a child commits suicide attributable to psychiatric drugs. Twelve international drug regulatory agencies have issued warnings on stimulants like Ritalin causing depression, insomnia, mania, psychosis, heart problems, stroke and sudden death. 172 drug regulatory warnings and studies have been issued on antidepressants and their devastating side effects including hallucinations, aggression, hostility, violence, homicidal ideation and suicide. Nine out of ten school shooters were either on psychiatric drugs or withdrawing from psychiatric drugs for behavior problems.1
According to research adviser Dr. Bradley West, ND, "Many studies suggest that ADD is a nutritional deficiency and not a psychological disorder. Boys diagnosed with ADHD were found to have lower levels of omega-3 fatty acids and other studies have shown magnesium and zinc deficiencies in children with ADHD."
The Nutritional Magnesium Association is committed to supporting organizations that offer alternatives to harmful psychiatric drugs and encourages both young and old to participate in this event.
Walk or Run, but come…to the "Color Burst 5K Fun Walk/Run".
A free booklet entitled “Kid’s Health: A Doctor’s Guide For Parents” is available as a downloadable e-book at http://www.nutritionalmagnesium.org.
For media inquiries, contact Boris Levitsky at (714) 773-2695. About the Nutritional Magnesium Association The nonprofit Nutritional Magnesium Association (NMA) is a trusted authority on the subject of magnesium deficiency and provides timely and useful information so as to improve the lives of all people affected by this widespread deficiency in our diets and the related health issues associated with this deficiency. Radio, TV, magazines and professional journals interview its members regularly.
For more information, go to http://www.nutritionalmagnesium.org.
1. Citizens Commission on Human Rights - http://www.cchrint.org/psychiatric-drugs/stimulantsideeffects/