“Eat This, Not That: Healthy Eating Habits for a Healthier ADHD Brain” [Video Replay & Podcast #332]

Episode Description

imageHealthy eating poses many demanding situations for folks with ADHD. This is especially true all through the pandemic, when such a lot of are working or learning from house with simple get entry to to the kitchen cabinets and fridge.

Research presentations that healthy eating makes for a healthier ADHD brain. Since other folks with ADHD lift a higher risk for weight problems, it is necessary for children and adults to incorporate aware eating practices and cast diet into their on a regular basis lives. A key element of managing ADHD signs is growing a certain dating with meals. Listen and learn from Roberto Olivardia, Ph.D., about:

  • Why other people with ADHD struggle to construct and care for healthy eating habits
  • How ADHD is a risk factor for obesity
  • The upsides and drawbacks of caffeine
  • Practical strategies for supermarket shopping, organizing food in the kitchen, and eating mindfully
  • The importance of vitamin and nutrient-dense meals for a healthier brain
  • Managing cravings, especially at night time
  • ADHD-friendly cooking guidelines and ideas

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Meet the Expert Speaker

Roberto Olivardia, Ph.D., is a Clinical Psychologist and Clinical Instructor of Psychology at Harvard Medical School. He maintains a personal psychotherapy practice in Lexington, Massachusetts, where he makes a speciality of the remedy of attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), executive functioning issues, and problems that face scholars with learning variations. | See expert’s full bio »


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