Attentive Child Review

by Source Naturals
Attentive Child
6.26 out of 10 based on 4 user ratings
Attentive Child
Attentive Child
Written by: Brain Research Supplements
Date Published: 2011-11-16
6.26 / 10 stars
Attentive Child  Review

Is Attentive Child Right For You?

Attentive Child is advertised as a product that can help children to be able to stay focused and on task. The company behind this supplement is Source Naturals. According to their website, the formula is designed to meet the special dietary needs of very active children, which may not be met by regular diets or dietary supplements. Their product has been formulated to support the child’s ability to focus, being particularly useful to those who face ADD, ADHD or some for of attention capacity impairing disorder.

Too many children are labeled as being defiant or out of control when they have a problem with being able to focus on tasks. They may have ADD or ADHD in these situations. The Attentive Child supplement claims to be one that may be able to help them to naturally get it all back in balance and restore normal functioning.

Ingredients of Attentive Child

Attentive Child includes the following ingredients: Magnesium, Zinc, L-Aspartate, DMAE, Sharp-PS Soybean Extract (60% Phosphatidylserine), and Grape Seed Extract (Proanthodyn), Stearic Acid, modified cellulose gum, Silica, and Magnesium Stearate.

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  1. 1

    I ask my friend abou this product
    And now I scare to give to my son
    No. Absolutely not.
    (1) deceptive marketing when it comes to 4 of the ingredients. I would not use that product as an adult and especially for children. Loopholes in regulations allows this to be marketed this way. Sad and unfortunate – at the expense of health and profit for this company;
    -additionally –
    (2) fructose and xylitol both impact blood sugar levels. Any artificial sweetener makes the body release insulin anyway for reasons not appropriate to explain in text.
    Fructose has a major influence on the rise of diabetes and obesity in this country… Fructose helps create insulin resistance especially when ingesting other types of sugars during the day.
    This product’s statement about “low impact” on blood sugar levels is a deceptive marketing ploy using semantics.
    (3) the method for synthesizing phosphatidylserine regarding this product is very cheap and highly industrialized… Very low chance of absorbing PS (phosphatidylserine) plus the soy should be a huge no no with children period. High impact on hormones, especially sex hormones while in development.
    Anyway… There is more but i think you will get the jist..
    That product will absolutely not help a child focus
    It is also the wrong way to use PS (phosphatidylserine)…. But because it seems clinical, scientific, and trendy, it is somehow good? PS is a good product but under a different application and processed more efficiently and not the cheapest way possible to maximize company profit…

  2. 3

    Katherine Phillips


    Attentive Child works! My 9 year old son has been taking 2 wafers every morning with dramatic results! He has an IEP for a specific learning disability and was tested as having the inattentive form of ADD. His teachers have all been amazed. His concentration and focus in school and on the soccer field are now fantastic! Even things that would otherwise frustrate him or make him angry have simply not bothered him any more. He said he can now concentrate without trying, he just can. I am so happy our pediatrician recommended this product! We tried 3 different ADD drugs and they all made him sick and lethargic. What a breakthrough discovery! Now they need them for adults!!

    • 4



      Thanks for your review. I’m going through the same thing with my 9 year old. He is so inconsistent with his grades. I know he can do it but just can’t seem to focus and stop daydreaming. Thanks for sharing. How long before you saw a difference? We’re only on day 4 so I’m sure it may take a little while.

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