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You can do LOTS of things
by: Kerri Knox, RN- The Immune Queen!

Hi Michelle,

Surprisingly, they may BOTH be magnesium deficient. Lack of energy, too, is a sign of magnesium deficiency as is too much energy. You are unlikely to calm your lethargic one too much- it will likely make him feel better.

Parents of autistic children, many of whom are VERY lethargic, often have EXCELLENT results giving their kids LOTS of magnesium. But there is probably a LOT more going on with them and a LOT more that you can do.

I would make sure that you get their vitamin d levels tested and follow the instructions on my Vitamin D Therapy page to get their levels up to the optimum. Kids these days are EXTREMELY low in vitamin d. You might be SHOCKED at how low their vitamin d levels are...

And what about diet? Have you completely eliminated:

Gluten
Soy
Corn
Processed Foods
Sugar
Artificial ANYTHING


If you haven't, then I HIGHLY suggest that you get and follow the diet in The Healthy Urban Kitchen.

Children should NOT be eating any of the above foods, yet that is exactly what kids eat the majority of the time. Get them OFF those foods, get their vitamin d levels checked and you might be surprised at the changes that you see in them..




Kerri Knox RN Immune Health Queen

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