A recent study performed by researchers in the UK from the University of Birmingham found that ADHD symptoms have a direct relationship to both binge and restrictive eating.
“The inattentive symptoms of ADHD were associated with decreased awareness of internal signals of hunger and satiety, and in turn these deficits were positively associated with disordered eating, particularly binge/disinhibited eating,” the team wrote.
It is widely known there is an important relationship between nutrition and cognitive health. A healthy diet supports a healthy brain! Since good nutrition contributes to improved attention, memory, and mood, it is especially important that individuals with ADHD try to maintain a healthy diet.
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