When Dietary Habits Reveal ADHD Symptoms

I’ve been thinking about food a lot this week. More than other weeks, in fact.The occasion is that I wrote two articles about food over at the AllPsych blog – one about tricking kids into eating more vegetables and one about the beliefs Americans have about “breakfast foods”. Neither of which is directly relevant to this post, except that they got me thinking about food.Food is a fundamental part of life. For that reason, maybe food can tell us something about who we are. You know, we are what
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May 12
A 2017 research at Deakin University in Australia indicates a direct connection between a healthy diet and recovery from major depression. A CBS New York video published this week cited the Deakin University study and another Australian study related to depression and diet  while featuring former Columbia University Medical Librarian William Jiang, who has authored over 60 books and advocates for natural mental health. Jiang is diagnosed with schizophrenia and tells his story of recovery and
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January 6
Let’s face it — most of the time, we eat not because we’re hungry. Instead, we turn to food in order to increase our sense of comfort. Stress, climate, the time of day — all of this affects how much we eat.So is there a way of making our psyche and surroundings help us to lose those unwanted pounds? There is, according to Brian Wansink — a psychologist and food cravings researcher. Be calm and consistentFirst of all, don’t rush to try out all the tips at once. The best solution would be to
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