Doctors say diet should come before drugs, such as Ritalin, that are often adhd and dating to combat hyperactivity at school. Children with ADHD should be tried on special diets to trace foods that may trigger disruptive behaviour, doctors claim. They say diet should come before drugs, such as Ritalin, that are often prescribed to calm hyperactivity at school. Suspect foods are taken out and then re-introduced into the diet to detect which are causing problems, a report by Dutch researchers in The Lancet medical journal says.
Over time they were allowed different foods including wheat, eggs, peanuts, milk, soy and fish. The remainder were given a healthy diet. We think dietary intervention should be considered in all children with ADHD. But he said the diets should be tried only with medical supervision and for no longer than five weeks at a time.
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