Wednesday, October 27, 2021
Mitochondrial Health

ADHD Food and Nutrition

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Hi there,
In this video I discuss the role and importance of food and nutrition for those of us with ADHD, along with providing info on what foods to avoid and what you might want to start eating. I also discuss physiological issues that can occur when our diet is unhealthy. These range from inflammation, leaky gut, heavy metal toxins, issues with the cmt gene, etc.


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  1. I diet too High in sugar seem to wreack havoc emotionally in me…also pro and prebiotic food seems to make me more calm.
    Do you think adhd-medication fux Up the gut-flora ?..amphetamine certainly do..

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