ADHD Meal Planning

When you have ADHD, meal planning can be a logistical nightmare! This is because it involves all the things that can be difficult when you have ADHD; like making decisions, paying attention to details and forward planning. However, meal planning is a skill worth developing. Because when you eat healthy, ADHD-friendly food, your unwanted ADHD symptoms can be minimized or even disappear.

“When I changed the way I ate (as Jacqui recommended), a lot of the things I thought were due to ADHD just disappeared.”
– Mark Kawate

So watch this video about how plan your meals when you have ADHD.


Print out the sheet to help you with your planning!


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  1. Hello, I wanted to thank you for youtube meal planning and your other ones. My daughter and I both have ADHA.
    we live in the UK
    Thank you

    • Thank you Bernadette for your lovely message. So happy to know that the videos are helpful. That means a great deal to me. Sending a big hug to you over the pond!

  2. Diana says:

    Hello Jacqueline,
    I just want to use this place and moment to thank you for your blog, it’s wonderful that you put so much time and effort in to it.
    I just need to let you know that it is worth it!
    Every time I get the e-mail I’m remembered not to be so harsh on myself.
    Your words (and tips!) are sooo true and proven helpful for me during tough times.
    Just recently I picked up my ADD medicine, after a four year break due to depression, pregnancy and breastfeeding.
    But they are only an extra help, since, over the years, I have learned that understanding my ADD and using the ADDfriendly changes I’ve made are the most effective for surviving live with ADD.
    Again, thank you for your part in this!
    With love,
    from Eindhoven, the Netherlands

  3. Todd Raymond says:

    Thank you so much Jacqeline. Not just for this reminder to eat healthy and to feed a healthy mind, but for all your work and commitment to those of us who are active in business and struggle with ADD. Currently, I am having business struggles and simply being reminded to eat well, which may offer some relief from my distractibility, has brightened my morning during a tough time in my life. I look forward to participating in one of your programs when things improve. Your work is truly appreciated.
    Todd Raymond, Santa Monica, CA

  4. Tracy says:

    Terrific video! I’ve bookmarked it and will reference it often. Thanks for taking the time to put it together.

    P.S.- Love your site, too!

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