Sandy Newmark, M.D.
Sandy Newmark, M.D., is the founder of the Center for Pediatric Integrative Medicine in San Francisco and author of ADHD Without Drugs: A Guide to Natural Care of Children with ADHD. He is head of the Pediatric Integrative Neurodevelopment Clinic at the Osher Center for Integrative Medicine at the University of California, San Francisco.
The ADHD Food Fix: How to Fight ADHD Symptoms With Diet and Supplements
Studies show that a high-protein, low-sugar, no-additive diet combined with ADHD-friendly supplements like fish oil... ADHD-friendly foods and supplements
Food Fixes to Ease Symptoms
Eggs, dairy, nuts, soy, gluten — food sensitivities could be making your child's symptoms worse... Process of elimination »
ADHD and Omega-3 Fish Oil Supplements: What's a Safe Dosage?
What's the safest fish oil supplement dosage for ADHD children?... more »
What's the Right Fish Oil Dosage for My Child?
How much fish oil should my eight-year-old son be getting daily in order to manage... Fishing for facts »
Herbal Help for ADHD
What is a good herbal supplement for smaller children with ADHD?... Calmer and sharper through herbs? »
More Research, Please
Most of the reliable scientific information about ADHD comes from pharmaceutical companies. How can we... Rethinking research »
Sugary Snacks: The Lowdown
I keep reading that I should limit my ADHD son's sugar consumption. I make sure... How sweet it isn't »
Fishing for Answers on Fish Oil Dosage
When should I give my son fish oil? With or without food? And does it... Fine-tuning his treatment »
Does CBT Help Kids?
Does cognitive behavior therapy help kids and adults manage ADHD symptoms? I've been thinking of... Mind over matters? »
Does Homeopathy Help With ADHD Symptoms?
Several parents I know are using homeopathy to manage their child's ADHD symptoms. What is... Help, harm, or neither? »
Testing for Iron and Zinc
How do I go about getting my son's zinc and iron levels tested?... Minimal minerals? »
Should I Try Smart Pills for My ADHD?
I hear a lot these days about nootropics. What are they, and do they help... A smart choice? »