You’ve probably heard the saying, “You are what you eat”—but did you know that this is particularly true for children with learning and behavior issues such as ADHD? Research has shown that there is a strong link between a child’s diet and his or her behavioral and learning issues. Certain foods such as sugar, artificial colors, and hydrogenated oils can inhibit proper brain function and worsen symptoms of ADHD. In this infographic from Brain Balance Carolinas, you’ll learn which foods are good for your child and which you should avoid. Foods that are good for your child’s learning and behavioral issues—lean protein, green leafy vegetables, and calcium—are good for you too! Please share this infographic with your friends and fellow parents in Charlotte.