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Researchers say a healthy diet can improve the symptoms of children diagnosed with ADHD.  Doctor J. Gordon Millichap, of Children's Memorial Hospital in Chicago, says it starts with taking a more holistic approach.

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Studies have found fish oil supplements reduce symptoms. Other studies suggest those with ADHD should eat lots of vegetables and avoid fast food, red meats and high-fat dairy products.

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Doctor J. Gordon Millichap, of Children's Memorial Hospital in Chicago, says a good diet doesn't cure ADHD, but it helps.

 
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