BY GINA SADD
Food is what keeps us going and it gives us the nutrients that we need to function. It gives us energy, allows us to breath, aids in digestion and helps with growth and repair of the body. Sometimes, eating can be a challenging subject for some people. Those who are neurodivergent, such as people who experience ADHD, can often struggle with consuming food in different ways.
People with ADHD may not be completely aware of their eating habits. People who experience it, often may not recognize that their condition can influence their eating habits. Sometimes when situations like this go unnoticed it can have implications on overall physical and mental health.