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ADHD Food: The Right Carbs, Fats, Proteins, and More

Foods and nutrients — such as complex carbs, fish oil, protein, and certain vitamins — could boost ADHD... Foods for ADHD»

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The ADHD Food Fix: Fight Symptoms with Diet and Nutrition

Studies show that a high-protein, low-sugar, no-additive diet combined with ADHD-friendly supplements like fish oil and zinc can... ADHD-friendly foods and supplements

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Eat This, Avoid That! 9 Food Rules for ADHD Families

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An ADHD diet can help manage symptoms

The ADHD Diet: What to Eat, What to Avoid

Poor eating habits don't cause attention deficit disorder, but research suggests a strong relationship between ADHD and the... more »

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Can't Focus? A Treatment for ADHD Distractibility

Think you are scattered or just a flake? Distractibility is a key symptom of ADHD, one that should... Focus tips for distraction»

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Ritalin: ADHD Medication FAQ

Ritalin (methylphenidate) is the most commonly prescribed medication for ADHD - and one of the most controversial. Get... more »

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We have learned that medication alone is not enough. We cannot treat only the neurochemical deficiency.

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