Diet, Exercise and ADHD

July 1, 2010

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Taking a 20 minute walk in a downtown setting is more effective in improving attention in children with ADHD than in a “green” setting.
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    Taking a 20 minute walk in a downtown setting is more effective in improving attention in children with ADHD than in a “green” setting.

    Correct Answer: False

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    No studies exist that show yoga as beneficial for ADHD sufferers.

    Correct Answer: False

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    About 30% of children with ADHD are overweight.

    Correct Answer: False

  4. 4

    Among adults, about 50% of obese individuals were classified as having ADHD.

    Correct Answer: False

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    The Feingold Diet was a pioneer in eliminating many food products, including food additives, in an attempt to help improve concentration, impulsiveness and concentration.

    Correct Answer: True

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    Omega-3 is an effective tool in alleviating some symptoms of ADHD.

    Correct Answer: True

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    A popular diet for children on ADHD, the GFCF diet, involves cutting out sugars and pesticides.

    Correct Answer: False