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Top Tips to Manage ADHD

(Including best foods to eat)
Mon. March 27 at 11am - 3pm
Warfield - Fearless in the Kitchen venue


Niki will help us understand ADHD and how the associated low dopamine affects functioning in everyday life. 

She will explore:

  • How we are wired for survival and the links between ADHD and procrastination, focus, concentration and behaviour regulation.

  • How a dopamine bump is often achieved by sugary foods or "beige" foods (often quick and easy but not always so healthy).

  • Niki will also address other issues that affect ADHD: rejection sensitivity dysphoria, pathological demand avoidance, object permanence and also poor working memory.

Jen will demo the Top 5 healthiest foods for an ADHD brain.

  • The connection between gut & brain shows 90-95% of serotonin and 50% of dopamine is stored in the gut, according to latest research.

  • Participants will be shown healthy recipes and snacks and make a lunch that’s full of protein and is low-sugar.

Citrus Fruits
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