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Pediatric Nutritional Deficiencies and ADHD (Video)

Pediatric Nutritional Deficiencies and ADHD (Video)

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Essential nutrients for healthy brain function

Following up on our earlier discussion of “Integrative Perspectives on ADHD“, Dr. Carrie Decker, ND, takes a look at the research and larger meta-analyses of common nutritional deficiencies in children with ADHD, as well as the role different nutrients play in pediatric brain health.


The information provided is for educational purposes only. Consult your physician or healthcare provider if you have specific questions before instituting any changes in your daily lifestyle including changes in diet, exercise, and supplement use.

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