Nutrition and Dietary Influences in Children with ADHD

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Nutrition and Dietary Influences in Children with ADHD
Elimination, restriction and other forms of dietary changes have been used in managing symptoms of ADHD in children. There is need to examine the role of diet and nutrition in the management of ADHD in order to identify the indications for the use of dietary restrictions and to develop dietary protocols that can be used in reducing symptoms and improving the quality of life of the children with ADHD. The purpose of this paper is to discuss the influence of diet and nutrition in the management of attention deficit hypersensitivity disorder (ADHD). In this paper, the findings of a literature review on current studies conducted to investigate the role of diet and nutrition in managing...
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