If you are an adult living with ADHD, a growing body of nutrition and diet research shows that what you eat can make a difference in managing your symptoms. Eating certain foods and following an elimination diet such as the Feingold Diet, which cuts out food additives among other guidelines, can help.

Foods, such as Omega-3 fatty acids, caffeine, protein and complex carbohydrates may aid brain function and help reduce the symptoms of adult ADHD. However, keep in mind there is no such thing as a set adult ADHD diet. For some more helpful tips on ADHD, be sure to check out the article here.