Fighting ADHD with Nutrition & Diet

Healthy Eating Resources

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    6 Essential Vitamins and Minerals
    Treat ADHD With Supplements
    Omega-3s for concentration. Zinc for impulsivity. Iron for better behavior. Plus three more supplements shown to improve ADHD symptoms. More...
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    Why Diets Don't Work
    Lose Weight the ADHD Way
    Beak the cycle of seeking stimulation, eating for the wrong reasons, and fighting frustration or low self-esteem with food. More...
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    Fish Oil
    How Omega-3 Fatty Acids Work
    Research suggests a daily fish oil capsule can help curb the symptoms of attention deficit without medication. More...
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    10 Foods for Your ADHD Brain
    Eat for Improved Focus and Function
    Poor nutrition can cause you to become distracted, impulsive, and restless. These foods, on the other hand, can lessen those symptoms. More...
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    Diet Tips for Teens
    Keeping Adolescents on Track
    If your teen tends to reach for the Cheetos and pizza, try these tips to keep her nutrition on track! More...
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    ADHD Meal Ideas
    Easy Breakfasts, Lunches, and Dinners
    Cook up an ADHD-friendly diet with these easy — and delicious — menu suggestions for children and adults! More...
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    Carbs, Proteins, and Fats
    How to Get the "Right" Stuff
    Labels, schmabels. It's hard to know what to eat. Follow these guidelines to keep your carbs and fats healthy. More...
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    End Impulsive Overeating
    Lose Weight and Avoid Obesity
    ADHD adults are prone to obesity. Here's how to stop the snacking, cut the weight, and feel healthier! More...
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    Cooking for ADHD
    Fight Symptoms with Diet
    Keep blood sugar under control with high-protein, low-sugar foods that are digested slowly and will help your child manage ADHD throughout the day. More...
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    Benefits of Breakfast
    Start the Day with Protein
    Wake up 15 minutes earlier for a hearty meal in the morning. It will help your ADHDer learn all day. Try these easy ideas. More...
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    Watching My Diet
    Tackling My Unhealthy Eating
    "I can't deny the link between nutrition and ADHD. Lower cholesterol = better health = higher self esteem = improved concentration." More...