- People with ADHD have essential fatty acid (Omega-3) deficiencies
- People with ADHD may have genetic issues that interfere with their ability to metabolize fatty acids
- People with ADHD benefit from Omega-3 fatty acid supplementation
- People with ADHD may need to take other vitamins such as Zinc and Magnesium to allow for better metabolism of the essential fatty acids
- People with ADHD Inattentive respond more positively to Omega-3 supplementation than do people with the other types of ADHD.
- Krill Oil may be the most effective and efficient way to consume the Omega-3 fatty acids
|Omega-3 for Inattentive ADHD|
In this post about Phosphatidylserine and ADHD, I discussed the benefits of using Krill oil for Omega-3 supplementation. The Phophatidylserine helps with Omega-3 fatty acid absorption and this is helpful as better absorption is needed as them metabolism of these fatty acids is likely to be impaired because of genetic factors.
There are many studies that point to the benefits of Omega-3 fatty acids for the treatment of ADHD. The inattentive type of ADHD may benefit the most from this ADHD supplement and Krill oil may be the most efficient and effective way for us to add essential fatty acids to our systems.