Zinc is needed for the brain to process information and may reduce symptoms of ADHD

Research findings suggest that Zinc may play an important role in information processing in the brain. Along these lines, children diagnosed with ADHD may have abnormally low levels of zinc. Some studies show that taking zinc at a dose of 150mg per day improves response to stimulant medications such as Ritalin and Adderall. Large placebo-controlled studies need to be done to confirm the benefits of zinc supplementation in children diagnosed with ADHD.

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