Know which foods to avoid to help decrease ADHD symptoms. The following list has no place in an ADHD diet. Research suggests that by removing empty calories and processed foods - malnutrition is reduced. When we remove nutrient-void foods from our diet and replace them with nutrients found in foods with vitamins, minerals, healthy fats, and amino acids, then optimal cognitive health can take place.
An ADHD diet can help the brain work better and tame symptoms like lack of focus and restlessness. Three options for ADHD diets include overall nutrition diets, supplementation diets and elimination diets. The most important thing is to find what works best for your child."