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Best Breakfast with Kids: The ADHD Benefits Are Real — and Delicious

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Maryanne knows that breakfast is the most important meal of the day, but getting her 8-year-old son, who has attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), to eat in the morning is difficult.

Getting his clothes on, teeth brushed, and backpack filled leaves Maryanne little time to prepare a serious morning meal, let alone something Steve will eat.When it comes to breakfast, 8-year-old Madeline, diagnosed with ADHD last year, knows what she likes: carbohydrates.

Her meal of choice is toast with jelly or waffles topped with fruit or, as her mother puts it, “anything made with white flour.”While there’s nothing wrong with eating carbohydrates in the morning, an all-carb breakfast, or no breakfast at all, is a recipe for inattention.

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