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Chicago Tribune Asks “Do diet changes help ADHD Children?”

On May 22, 21013 the Chicago Tribune addresses artificial food dyes effect on behavior in their article Do diet changes help ADHD Children.

In the article Professor Emeritus of Psychiatry, L. Eugene Arnold, of the Ohio State University states “It makes sense for all kids to reduce the amount of dye they take in,” who also says “that per capita consumption of artificial food dyes has quadrupled in the last 50 years”.

For more information please see:

http://articles.chicagotribune.com/2013-05-22/health/sc-health-0522-food-dyes-behavior-20130522_1_adhd-artificial-food-colors-feingold-diet

 

 

 

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