Diet and ADHD

Just a few interesting articles on the relation between diet and ADHD.

Dietary change might help some children with ADHD  – Unfortunately not for everyone and more research is necessary.

Unhealthy diet during pregnancy could be linked to ADHD – to be more specific consumption of high level of fat and sugar could be cause ADHD in one’s offspring.

Food Additives Linked To Hyperactivity In Kids, Study Shows – important for regulators to decide whether to allow or not certain additives.

Zinc Supplements Could Help Treat ADHD – interesting as this would be a rather inexpensive intervention.

Western diet link to ADHD, Australian study shows – again more research is necessary.

Omega-3 reduces ADHD symptoms in rats – though humans are not rats, this study confirms that fetal development is essential in later behaviour.

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