How To Help Your ADHD Child

Research shows the right kind of breakfast can help a child perform better in school.

A 1983 study in the Journal of Psychiatric Research found that children with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) who were fed a high-protein breakfast, as compared to a high carbohydrate breakfast, improved in both performance and attention.

Yet getting your kids dressed, teeth brushed, and backpack ready can be tough at the crack of dawn. This often leaves little time to prepare a proper morning meal.

One way to get a high-protein breakfast into the diet of your children is ProPeas. This vegetable source of protein is a low-sugar, low-carb, gluten-free concentrate.

Sweetened naturally with stevia, ProPeas tastes great, especially when combined with Cocoa LeafGreens. The result is a great-tasting smoothie, with a flavor like chocolate milk. 

Bon appetit!

P.S. ProPeas offers a safe alternative to common whey and soy protein powders. 

It's made from non-GMO peas, with a delightful vanilla flavor. It's also dairy-free, allergen-free, soy-free, low in cabohydrates and low in sugar. 

Click Here to find out more about this nutritious protein powder.
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