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  • ADD / ADHD Diet and Nutrition

    The best advice currently available is for children to eat a balanced diet with lots of fruit and vegetables. This will certainly help prevent weight problems and improve the child's overall physical and neurological development. If the diet helps treat ADD / ADHD then that's a bonus.

  • ADD Responds to Diet Changes

    In a recent study, researchers compared a group of children treated with Ritalin to another group which received a mix of vitamins, minerals, phytonutrients, amino acids, essential fatty acids, phospholipids, and probiotics.

  • ADHD and Diet

    It is clear that some children are affected by what they eat. A properly balanced diet helps to develop healthy brain cells and the chemicals needed to help those cells work efficiently, so it's very important for all children to eat well.

  • ADHD Diet

    ADHD in many cases has been linked to diet, which includes food allergies and nutritional deficiencies&simply eliminating certain foods or adding others may reduce symptoms or eliminate them altogether.

  • ADHD Diet and Nutrition

    Most current scientific research indicates that only a small percentage of children will respond to a diet free of additives. However don't let this stop you from experimenting with dietary changes.

  • Diet & ADHD

    These are some of the studies and articles published in peer reviewed journals.

  • Diet for Attention Deficit Disorder

    This ADHD diet program is not a very strict program, like the Feingold diet, unless you are used to having most meals at your local fast food restaurant. This program is recommended for every member of the family.

  • Gluten-free Diet

    If a child's behavioral and/or learning problems are improved by a gluten-free diet, he is not likely to have ADHD. This is why it is so important that, before the diagnosis of ADHD is made in any child, he has a complete medical workup to rule out any of the other emotional and physical conditions that can cause symptoms that mimic ADHD or learning disorders.

  • Is Diet a Factor in ADHD?

    Find out the opinions of doctors, health professionals, nutritionalists, and authors and you work through the back issues of the ADHD and ADD ezine.

  • The ADHD Diet

    In the case of autism spectrum disorders and ADHD, many parents report great success with a gluten-free, casein-free (GFCF) diet that cuts out milk and wheat. Another common starting point for hyperactive kids is the Feingold diet, which bans artificial flavors, colors, and some preservatives.

  • The Feingold Diet

    An organization of families and professionals founded in 1976, The FeingoldĀ® Association of the United States is dedicated to helping children and adults apply proven dietary techniques for better behavior, learning and health, and to generating public awareness of the potential role of foods and synthetic additives in behavior, learning and health problems.

  • Treating ADHD With Diet

    A few enlightened pediatricians advocate a dietary approach, recommending any of several "ADHD diets", but the vast majority prescribe drugs throughout childhood.