Are Toxic Foods Contributing to Your Child’s ADHD Symptoms?

Foods that contribute to the behavior of a child with ADHD

Is it possible that the foods we eat are causing or at least contributing to some of the behavior struggles we face with our kids? 

A few years back, I read an interesting article that was published right after a terrible school shooting. This article suggested a possible link between the foods we eat and the dramatic increase in violence in children and young adults. 

Now, I’m not suggesting that if you feed your child french fries, pizza, or soda that he or she will turn into a violent, angry young person. But I AM suggesting that the toxic foods we eat are contributing to some of the behaviors we see in our kids! 

Did you know that there are chemicals allowed in the American food and drink industry that other countries have banned? Crazy, isn’t it? 

Take a quick peek at the backs of many packaged goods and you’ll likely find artificial flavors and colors, preservatives, emulsifiers, high fructose corn syrup, hydrogenated vegetable oil, and glyphosate in many of them. 

These man-made “ingredients” that are unfortunately found in many popular “kid” foods are causing so many issues in our bodies and minds. Take food dyes, for example. These dyes are linked to ADHD, allergies, anxiety, and asthma. 

And yet, these foods are allowed by the FDA and sometimes even offered as a “healthy” option on lunch trays at schools across the country. 

We are poisoning ourselves and our children and don’t even realize it! Or, maybe we do realize it, but don’t know how to make a change. 

Healthy food is more expensive and our lives are so busy that it feels almost impossible to move away from boxed, frozen, or canned foods. 

Who has time for that?! 

That’s where my team comes in. We know how hard it can be to overhaul your family’s diet, and we want to help make it easier for you. We offer recipes, guides, links to replacement products, one-on-one coaching, group calls, and so much more to help make the switch to healthy eating do-able! 

If you’d like to talk with us to see how we can help you, I’d love for you to book a free call. You’ll speak with either me or one of my expert coaches about how we can help you make the change your family needs so you’ll see the results you’ve always wanted.

 

For more details about how you can help reduce your child’s ADHD symptoms, sign up for my free online webclass today here>>.

And as always, I am not a medical doctor and the above post is based on my experience. No information on this site should be relied upon to make a medical diagnosis, treat, prevent or cure any disease or medical condition. 

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