using diet therapy instead of medication

using diet therapy instead of medication as an alternative treatment. Beyond dietary strategies, certain additional nonpharmacological treatments may have the capacity to lower BP. For the purposes of this scientific statement, these therapies are called alternative approaches and are broadly classified into 3 categories: behavioral therapies, noninvasive procedures or devices, and exercise-based regimens. There are several reasons why these strategies are likely to become increasingly important and commonly used tools in the management of high BP. First, adherence to dietary strategies has often been shown to be difficult to maintain. Some of the alternative approaches outlined in this document may in theory be more readily adopted and thus serve as practical adjuvants to help lower BP. However, it is recognized that long-term effectiveness and adherence have not been established for most of these approaches, and the degree to which they are adopted when recommended by physicians will likely vary among individuals and approaches.

using diet therapy

*What are the biological implications of how caffeine effects the human body, and why it is a questionable (Pro’s & Con’s) treatment for people who have ADHD?
Example: "Stimulant chemicals such as caffeine or amphetamines tend to increase DOPAMINE levels. … Some studies have found that caffeine can boost concentration for people with ADHD. Since it’s a stimulant drug, it mimics some of the effects of stronger stimulants used to treat ADHD, such as amphetamine medications"( adhd caffeine, 2018) .

* Talk about how caffeine is beneficial—-Example: caffeine is a psychoactive stimulant drug that increases alertness and concentration

* Talk about how caffeine is harmful—-Example: An excess of caffeine causes insomnia, jitteriness, stomach aches, pounding heartbeat, and it is very addictive.

* How does sugar/artificial sweeteners affect the body (biological implications) of people who have ADHD?
Example: "It is now known that any sweetener, including artificial sweeteners, disrupts dopamine and dopamine receptors in the brain. This can lead to alterations in behavior, binge eating, and ADHD symptoms"(Feed your childs focus from Additude magazine, 2018).

* Should people who have ADHD reduce their sugar consumption in order to have more desirable behavior outcomes?
* Is it the dyes in artificial sweeteners that affect cognition/ temperament of people who have ADHD?
* Make a correlation between real sugar from an apple vs. artificial sugar. like high fructose corn syrup, from candy or soda which may include, red #4o dye, and the preservative sodium benzoate.

* In conclusion statement: caffeine stimulants, sugar, and artificial dyes…………………( writers pick ) improves/ worsens/ or has no real behavior modification effect in the non-pharmacological treatment of ADHD.

(This source has scholarly journals within it, and is a good example of what my paper should look like but condensed to only specific topics that I mentioned above(including caffeine & artificial sweeteners).