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The Power and Promise of Good Nutrition for Kids​

JILL CASTLE, MS, RDN

What to eat and what not to eat…that is the question for children with ADHD. The evidence for a healthy diet is growing and may help children with ADHD focus, behave, and grow well. Yet, feeding kids with ADHD can be a challenge. Castle explores the role of diet and feeding in children with ADHD, highlighting balanced nutrition, nutritional deficiencies, food sensitivities, and feeding strategies to encourage optimal nutrition, health, function, and focus.

Jill Castle is one of the nation’s premier childhood nutrition experts. Known as a paradigm shifter who blends current research, practical application, and common sense, Jill inspires audiences to think differently about feeding kids.

A sought-after speaker, advisor, and media contributor, Jill has inspired TEDx and a range of nutrition, medical, government, and parent audiences. Jill serves on the Board of Advisors of Parents Magazine and is the nutrition advisor to a handful of privately held child nutrition companies.

She is the creator of TheNourishedChild.com, a parent nutrition education website and author of the books, Eat Like a Champion, Try New Food, The Smart Mom’s Guide to Starting Solids, and co-author of Fearless Feeding. She pens The Nourished Child blog and interviews experts on her podcast of the same name.

The ADHD Diet for Kids

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