ADHD Diets: Eating Tips for ADHD Teens

Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADD/ADHD) symptoms and medications means those with the condition need to pay particular attention to diet, appetite, and nutrition. Here's how to make sure teens are making healthy food habits!

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Set out “grazing food” around the house, wherever he spends the most time -- near the TV, in the basement, where he might take his private cell phone calls. Energy bars or packets of nuts or trail mix are good choices. Keep a supply of grab-and-go foods in the fridge: wraps with his favorite fillings, string cheese, and celery sticks with peanut butter.

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