Although there is no firm scientific evidence suggesting that attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) is caused by nutritional problems or diet, certain foods may play a role in reducing or heightening the symptoms.

So, there are certain foods you shouldn't eat if you have ADHD.

Following an ADHD nutrition plan that is rich in vitamins and protein can help control some symptoms of attention deficit hyperactivity disorder. But, you should at the same time avoid sugar, common allergens, and artificial flavours.

Here’s what to eat and what to avoid if you have ADHD: