Schnoll 2003: Nutrition in the treatment of Attention-Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder: A neglected but important aspect

schnoll2003Applied Psychophysiology and Biofeedback, 2003 March; 28(1): 63-75.

In this paper, Schnoll reviews the research on food additives, refined sugars, food allergies, and fatty acid metabolism as it relates to ADHD.

QUOTE:  “Although clinicians and researchers alike acknowledge the complex etiology of ADHD, most treatment studies have focused on a limited number of modalities, often investigating just a single modality.”

QUOTE:  “The effect of diet and nutrition on ADHD is an issue that merits greater recognition by practitioners in the field.”

QUOTE:  “In general, diet modification plays a major role in the management of ADHD and should be considered as part of the treatment protocol.”

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