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C. Thomas Wild and ADHD. ADHD author: background. C. Thomas Wild's co-author: Anita Uhl Brothers, M.D., of Berkeley, California.

C. Thomas Wild, an adult with mild ADHD, is author of two books on ADHD, How to Cure Hyperactivity: A Blueprint Involving Nutrition - More Than A Theory (1981) and What's the Best Way to Deal With Hyperactivity? New Update on the Attention Deficit Disorders (ADD)(1983). Both books contain forewords by Dr. Anita Uhl Brothers, M.D., of Berkeley, California, his doctor.

HTCH: ISBN: 0-9606990-0-7; Library of Congress Catalog Card Number: 81-69097.

WTBW: ISBN: 0-9606990-1-5; Library of Congress Catalog
Card Number: 83-71951.

The first book, How to Cure Hyperactivity (1981), is the first book by an ADHD - Inattentive type - adult (an ADHD autobiography) and is about the true story of an FDA approved medicine containing caffeine (Tirend c. 1973) which listed only three ingredients for the medicine - later found to contain fifteen total ingredients - including several very common food additives including FD&C Yellow No. 5 (tartrazine) and the artificial sweetener, sodium saccharin, both of which acted like very powerful undisclosed stimulant medicines (vs inert ingredients).

Both Anita Uhl Brothers, M.D., and C. Thomas Wild believe in the value of full ingredient disclosure labeling so that those persons who are extremely chemically sensitive to a number of ingredients are better informed and can make better choices. Neither Dr. Brothers, M.D. nor C. Thomas Wild believe that hidden food additives cause classic ADHD at all which is actually a lifelong neurological challenge.

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