A new study reveals that eating processed food could be a leading cause of ADHD amongst children.

A new study published at The Lancelet reveals that unrestricted diet patterns among children are a potent cause of attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), reported to effect over five million children in the United States alone.

In an interview with National Public Radio, Dr Lidy Pelsser of the ADHD Research Centre in the Netherlands and lead researcher of the study argues that  food is the main cause of ADHD. Upon implementing a diet plan on her respondents diagnosed with ADHD, Dr Pesslerexplains:

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