Pizza, Soda, and Other Rotten Foods for Teens with ADHD

Fajitas...for breakfast? This plan finds creative ways to introduce nutrition — and bend the rules to fit in healthy food choices around medication side effects.

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ADDers jump from one thought to the next, and when faced with a lot of options, a teen may decide to decide later -- or not at all. Ask him to list his favorite foods, and slot them onto a weekly calendar that you keep on the fridge: oatmeal or scrambled eggs for breakfast, turkey wrap or vegetable soup for lunch, cheeseburger or strawberry smoothie for dinner. He can change it weekly, or until he gets tired of eating the same thing.

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