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  • Wonderful change after taking this supplement

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    After 3 months of taking this product I have seen a miraculous change in my 10 year old son. In a recent school report his teacher praised him for being focused and not easily distracted. This was a huge surprise as he had always been described as being unable to focus or was always easily distracted over the last many years. Whether it's this product or him just coming into maturity I'll never know but I am certainly buying this again.

    Willow

    19/10/16

  • Great priduct

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    Have noticed a real improvement in my memory and ability to problem solve.

    dawn

    17/10/16

  • It is a miracle worker

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    I have a 32 year old son that has ADHD/Autism, when he was much younger (9 years old) I used to give him Efalex until he was 16 years old.. it worked wonders with him !! He lives independently in his own apartment and works.. there are OFF days but we are now going back to retaking the Efamol to see if this will help him further... will write on his progress.. to all those parents thinking about giving Efalex to your child I would advise you to try it for 3 months.. I recommend it and I have recommended it to many families with children suffering from ADHD and it helped them as well. Good Luck

    Anna

    2/08/16

Wellness Blog

  • Can you improve your teens concentration span?

    There may be many parents out there thinking that nothing could get their adolescent to sit down and concentrate on one thing. In fairness, during this time of physical and mental growth, combined with hormonal […]

  • What are Alzheimer’s and dementia, and how do they affect the brain?

    According to Alzheimer’s New Zealand, dementia affects 1.1 per cent of the New Zealand population. Dementia, a term for degenerative brain diseases that impair basic mental processes such as memory, abstract thinking, reasoning and other […]

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