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A New Diet May Help

Some who study ADD and ADHD believe that cutting certain types of foods and reducing things like sugar can help both kids and adults with ADD/ADHD. While a modified diet alone isn't enough to manage ADD or ADHD, it can significantly decrease some symptoms.

"We have found that it really helps about 20% of the ADHD kids that try it. Results fall into a "Bell Curve." A few do great, a few are completely unaffected, and most do somewhat better but it is not enough as a stand-alone intervention."
Some modifications include cutting out 90-100% of all sugars, drinking more water, and eating little or not processed meat.

Read more at NewIdeas.net.

Posted By: Lori S