Yes, there are foods that can change the brain in remarkable ways. Taking the dietary approach to dealing with ADD may mean making some major changes in your diet. You will have to replace some of those comfort foods you turn to when you’re stressed or rushed — you know the ones I mean: the sweets, the greasy chips and other grab-and-go food you know isn’t good for you. But that doesn’t mean your diet has to be bland and boring. Far from it! I’m going to introduce you to a brain-healthy diet that will taste every bit as good — make that much, much better! — as the foods that got you, or your kids, into trouble.
If you’re going to eat right to think right, it is crucial to make your meals loaded with the proper nutrients that your body is able to properly digest and absorb. Here’s a rundown on brain-healthy eating that can help you overcome ADD:
Remember, great health is about abundance, not deprivation! Focus on the delicious food you will get to eat and the amazing positive changes it will make in your life, and you won’t miss the energy-zapping garbage that you used to associate with pleasure. If you need some recipe ideas, check out my book Healing ADD Through Food.
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