Laura Stevens, M.S.
Laura Stevens, M.S., has been researching the role of nutrition and food sensitivities in ADHD for more than 25 years. She is considered a pioneer in this important field of study. She received her master of science degree in food and nutrition from Purdue University. In addition to her practice as a nutritional counselor, Stevens gives frequent lectures on ADHD. Founder and president of Nutrition in Action, Inc., the developer of Your ADD/ADHD Newsletter, Stevens is the author of the brand-new book Solving the Puzzle of Your ADD/ADHD Child: Natural Alternatives for Hard-to-Raise Children.
The Sugar Wars: Using Diet to Treat ADHD Symptoms in Children
Simple changes in diet, like cutting back on snacks with sugar, could bring out the... more »
10 Simple Summer Dinners for ADHD Children
Easy dinner ideas that deliver needed nutrition to ADHD children and take the heat off... more »
ADHD & Iron: Can Nutritional Supplements Improve Symptoms?
How to improve your or your child's ADHD symptoms by increasing the iron levels in... more »
Bulimia and ADHD: Is Your Daughter At Risk for an Eating Disorder?
Impulsive adolescent girls, particularly ones with ADHD, are especially prone to eating disorders like bulimia... more »
11 Meals to Fuel the ADHD Brain
These easy-to-make meals, for any time of day, contain the protein and ADHD-friendly vitamins and... more »
Are Fruit Loops Evil? ADHD Hyperactivity and Food Dyes
Artificial dyes in foods can cause hyperactivity in a child with attention deficit disorder (ADHD)... more »
Benefits of Breakfast: ADHD Diet and Nutrition
A high-protein meal in the morning can help your ADHD child learn through the rest... more »