Elimination diets may help children with ADHD, experts say

05/23/2013 | Chicago Tribune (tiered subscription model)

Parents have said for years that children with ADHD see symptom improvement after adopting diets that eliminate artificial additives or food triggers, and now researchers are finding some data to support those claims. Joel Nigg of Oregon Health & Science University says there is a chance these diets will work, but they take effort and parents should get a nutritionist to advise them.

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