With more than 6.5 million American children being diagnosed with ADHD, and close to 70% of them being medicated, it sure makes sense that we should consider how lifestyle factors, including diet, may affect a child’s ability to pay attention in school.

In this new report, researchers compared dietary fiber consumption to tests of children’s ability to focus. They found that higher levels of dietary fiber were correlated with better ability to pay attention and avoid distraction…

Read More

Recent Popular Posts

Ketosis & Parkinson’s
Ask any neurologist how Parkinson’s disease is treated, and you’re sure to get a long list of medications. Truth is, none of the medications…
3 Steps to Help Prevent Dementia
One of the most critical things you can do for your health is make lifestyle choices that reduce your risk of dementia, a debilitating illness…
Is Coconut Oil Still Healthy?
You may or may not have seen the American Heart Association’s (AHA) latest report, but I’m sure you’ve probably seen the social media frenzy that followed
Warmest regards,

David Perlmutter, MD