The ADHD Diet for Kids: Dodging the Most Common Nutrition Mistakes (so You Can Help Your Child Focus, Behave and Grow)  

Join Jill Castle, registered dietitian & childhood nutrition expert to learn the strategies you need to help your child with ADHD thrive! 


Saturday, September 15 @ 12pm Eastern, 11am Central, 9am Pacific

You’ve probably spent some time trying to figure out how best to feed your child so that he or she is growing well, focused in the classroom and wherever else it’s needed, while behaving as best he can. If you’re like many parents I talk with, you probably have questions - and you probably wonder if you’re doing it right. 

You’re probably also anxious to build your repertoire of tools, tips and tactics to help your child eat better.  

In this training, I hope to shed some light on the nutritional side of managing ADHD and offer up some things to think about in the grand scheme of nourishing and helping your child thrive in all aspects of his life. 

We’re going to cover the most common mistakes I see as a pediatric nutritionist who works with children with ADHD... so that you can avoid them with your own child! 

Here’s what we’ll discuss:  

  • Why proper nutrition is a key part of treating and managing ADHD 
  • How missing nutrients could be complicating your child’s health  
  • Why getting stuck in a cycle of limited diet choices and chaotic eating habits could be making things more challenging for you and your child  
  • The key things to consider when evaluating nutritional supplements so you know what you’re spending your money on  
  • What food sensitivities may be showing up as a result of your child’s diet  


Jill Castle is one of the nation’s premier childhood nutrition experts. Known as a paradigm shifter who blends current research, practical application and common sense, Jill inspires parents to think differently about childhood nutrition and feeding kids.  

A sought-after speaker, advisor, and media contributor, Jill serves on the Board of Advisors of Parents Magazine, and is advisor to a handful of privately held child nutrition companies.  

She is an author of several books, pens The Nourished Child blog, is the voice behind The Nourished Child podcast, and regularly contributes to US News & World Report’s For Parents.  


Saturday, September 15 @ 12pm Eastern, 11am Central, 9am Pacific