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ADHD: Weighing the Evidence and Promise of a Healthy Diet with Jill Castle,...

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What to eat and what not to eat…that is the question for children with ADHD. The evidence for a healthy diet is growing and may help children with ADHD, particularly with focus and attention, behavior, and overall nutritional status. Nutritionist and dietitian Jill Castle explores the current evidence for nutrient adequacy, food sensitivity and behavior, and optimizing nutritional status and growth through feeding strategies.

This session offer 1.5 hours of professional development for health professionals and educators. Certificates will be available after the talk.

ADHD: Promise of a Healthy Diet is part of the 2017-2018 Arts & Ideas Series and is co-sponsored by The John C. Stalker Institute of Food and Nutrition and the Food and Nutrition Department at Framingham State University.

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