Can ADHD improve through vitamins?

Past ADHD research has examined the effects of nutrition from processed food, elimination diets, food dyes and essential fatty acids, in an attempt to improve patient outcomes.

Now a controversial new study conducted in New Zealand shows that supplementing ADHD patients with micronutrients might hold promise.

The double-blind, randomised controlled trial in 80 adults with ADHD not taking stimulants compared a broad-based micronutrient formula containing 36 vitamins and minerals with placebo over eight weeks.