Can Attention Deficit-Hyperactivity Disorder Result from Nutritional Deficiency ?

@inproceedings{Ottoboni2003CanAD,
  title={Can Attention Deficit-Hyperactivity Disorder Result from Nutritional Deficiency ?},
  author={Alice Ottoboni},
  year={2003}
}
The national consensus is that the etiology of ADHD) is unknown; yet a cohesive body of evidence has accumulated in recent years suggesting that ADHD may well be a manifestation of nutritional deficiency. A growing body of evidence suggests that (ADHD) may be an unanticipated manifestation of the newAmerican diet. Major and unprecedented dietary changes have occurred over the last century in the U.S. Per-capita use of sugar has doubled. Starch consumption from grain and potatoes has risen 40… CONTINUE READING

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