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Rapha Health’s First Franchise Outlet Grand Opening on March 10, 2016

Celebrating the salubrious state of good health and well being. Join us on March 10, 2016 (Thursday) at 11am for the grand opening of Rapha Health’s first franchise outlet. Venue is at Unit B, #43 Bohol Mansion, Eugenio Lopez Drive, Barangay South Triangle, Quezon City. There will be a special promo for patients: free consultation, […]

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What is the diet for people or kids with ADHD?

Essential fatty acids (EFAs): Fish, flax seeds and nuts, omega-3 found in fish and some algae & fish oil supplements
Vitamin B complex nutritional yeast, liver, whole-grain cereals and breads, rice, nuts, milk, eggs, meats, fish, fruits, leafy green vegetables and soy.

Protein: Salmon, cheese, egg, or low-fat plain yogurt blended with a banana, nuts and seeds, brown rice cakes spread with hummus, or any nut butters such as cashew butter.

Calcium & Magnesium Milk: green vegetables such as broccoli, kale, collard greens, spinach, beans and peas, nuts, seeds and whole grains and cereals.

Trace minerals: Zinc and iron found in fruits, vegetables, and animal products, but many nutritionists recommend supplementing with a sugar-free multivitamin.

Avoid bad sugar: breakfast cereals, energy bars, sweetened drinks, soy milk. Avoid all artificial sweeteners and foods that contain corn syrup, high fructose corn syrup, sucrose, dextrose and fructose.

Go for good sugar: Sucanat is pressed cane juice, honey offers pollen that helps with allergies, molasses contains trace minerals and iron, and agave.

Additives: Steer clear of all artificial dyes and flavours, specifically food coloring, such as red and yellow, and monosodium glutamate, also known as MSG.

Hydrogenated oils: Trans fats and saturated fats, generally the ones that are hard at room temperature. Healthy oils include flaxseed, canola and olive oils.

Caffeine: Coffee, tea and other caffeinated drinks, chocolates, desserts, and carbonated beverages.

Salt: Tortilla chips, pretzels and other snacks high in salt, processed foods.


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