New Study Shows Diet Helps ADHD More than Drugs

Many children with ADHD are treated with drugs -- but a new study shows that food may be a better treatment. With a very restrictive diet, children with ADHD could experience a significant reduction in symptoms.

ADHD is often triggered by external factors, which can be treated through changes to the child’s environment.  As many as 64 percent of children diagnosed with ADHD are actually experiencing a hypersensitivity to food.

NPR reports:

“Teachers and doctors who worked with children in the study reported marked changes in behavior ... Some teachers said they never thought it would work.”

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