5. Vitamin D

The Vitamin D Council estimates 9 out of 10 people are deficient in vitamin D. It’s a very important nutrient that we rarely can get from food.

Just like plants, it’s the sunlight we need. And good luck if you live in the northern part of the US like all of us at Natural Healthy Concepts.

Vitamin D helps boost the antioxidants responsible for good brain health. It also produces dopamine and norepinephrine in the brain, which is what many ADHD meds aim to do.

Vitamin D helps produce enzymes in charge of making brain chemicals necessary for our ability to focus. Especially for long periods of time.

So although Vitamin D deficiency may not be the one reason your child has ADHD symptoms, it may definitely be a factor and is very common in children who have been labeled with this disorder. But usually when there’s one deficiency – there’s more.

Bluebonnet’s Animalz D3 supplement is made from whole food fruit and vegetables. They are mixed-berry flavored and offer 400IU of D3 in just one chewable.

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