European Child & Adolescent Psychiatry, 1997. Jun;6(2):88-95.
Schmidt compared the effectiveness of an oligoantigenic (few foods) diet with Ritalin for hyperactive disruptive children (today called conduct disorder). 44% responded to Ritalin while 24% responded equally well to a Feingold-type diet called the oligoantigenic (few foods) diet.
QUOTE: “dietary treatment cannot be neglected as a possible access to treating hyperactive/disruptive children.”