I started my ADHD Brain Food class because I’ve been so inspired by how even small nutritional changes can deliver huge improvements in attention, focus, and other challenges of ADHD wiring. One of the first things we address in this 8-week online class is “favorite excuses.” I ask people what’s holding them back from eating brain healthy food on a consistent basis.
Among class participants so far, here are the top responses:
Does any of that sound like you? Maybe you have another favorite excuse, like thinking healthy eating is too expensive or binging on junk late at night. If you’re not eating the food your brain needs to function at its best, why not?
Learn how to vaporize excuses and make changes that stick in the ADHD Brain Food Class. Or, check out the ADHD Brain Food e-book.
I’m guilty of relaying on most of those excuses 🙂 Still, it is a no brainer that eating healthy food is important for keeping our brains and bodies in tip-top shape.
“I am tired so I will just pick something up going through the coffee drive thru.” It does have protein. ?