Submitted by drupaldev on Wed, 06/22/2022 - 11:06

What to eat?and not eat?with ADHD.

ADHD has been linked to toxins in the body, such as pesticides, PCBs and metals. People with ADHD often have a lack of nutrients like omega 3 fatty acids, magnesium, zinc and so on. Processed foods may also be linked with ADHD.

Sergey Kalitenko MD?s thoughts:

  • Eat organic foods to avoid toxins.
  • Increase consumption of cold-water fish.
  • Eat plenty of nuts, seeds, and whole grains.
  • Eat more fruits and vegetables, especially green leafy vegetables, carrots and tomato.
  • Avoid processed foods, refined carbohydrates, white wheat and dairy products.
  • Steer clear of deep-fried foods, soft drinks and food additives.

Note: Diet alone cannot remove heavy metals and other toxins from the body.

Benign prostate hyperthropy (BPH) diet

BPH, a condition in men that results in decreased urine outflow from the bladder, is thought to be caused by hormonal changes. A typical Western lifestyle and diet may contribute to BPH.

Sergey Kalitenko MD?s thoughts:

  • Eat organic to avoid pesticides.
  • Increase your protein intake, especially vegetable protein.
  • Eat more fruits and cold-water fish.
  • Avoid butter, margarine, and animal fats.
  • Increase consumption of fermented soy products.
  • Cut out cholesterol-rich foods.


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