The list author says: "Nutrition can have a measurable positive impact on ADHD, depression and bipolar disorder. This is especially true for children.
Cutting back on sugar, making sure children eat a nutritious breakfast regularly (a nutritious breakfast might not be regularly served at your child's school), and even going vegetarian and organic, can help some children to improve in their symptoms of ADHD.
This is one measure among several lifestyle changes that can make a difference."
"Nutrition is one area where parents can make practical changes in their child's lifestyle. See how nutrition at home, as well as in the public schools, is an important area for parents to give attention to. Breakfast is a meal often missed by children and it can affect their mental health in various ways. School breakfasts are often void of nutritional value."
"Consider going organic. If your child is experiencing symptoms of ADHD or depression, best ideas, 1). Cut out TV during the school week (including video games and movies), 2). don't allow your children to watch "scary" MOVIES that is (horror movies), or play violent video games. 4). Cut back on sugar, 5).Eat breakfast regularly, and 6).If you are inclined, go vegetarian/organic."
"Excellent all-around health guide for parents. Covers areas of general health for children and nutrition, as well as aspects of mental health such as affect of horror and violent movies on children's mental health."