Quinoa Jambalaya Soup Recipe for ADD Nutrition
Quinoa Jambalaya Soup is not the customary recipe, it has its roots firmly in the flavors of the Creole flavor tradition. My recipe is truly a hearty soup made with quinoa and chicken sausage to improve the nutritional profile. Use your ADD creativity to play with this recipe to make it your own!
Entrepreneurs Use ADD Symptoms Creatively
The negative symptoms of Attention Deficit Disorder often cause young students problems in the classroom. A new study examined how those problematic traits are used creatively by entrepreneurs to solve tough problems, process information, and start innovative businesses.
Baked Mini Omelets for ADD Nutrition
These baked mini omelets are a great breakfast option. Delicious and portable, they take a small amount of time to make a dozen of them. Organize your breakfast! Organization that you put into your life makes it easier to control the negative symptoms of ADD. Get organized; make life better.
Squirming and Fidgets with ADD
Some teachers think that a squirming child is a lazy, bored, and unfocused child. NOT true! Those teachers need to be educated about this ADD research from UCF! These children are moving with a purpose; they are doing what they need to do to facilitate their learning. Let them move!
Minty Cabbage Salad for ADD Nutrition
When you are using sandwiches to help organize your meals and provide nutrition that helps to keep the negative symptoms of ADD under control, you will surely want to put this recipe in your "favorites" pile. This side dish is easy to make and it just tastes fresh! Cabbage is extremely nutritious.
College Organizational and Learning Tools for ADD
In college, folks with Attention Deficit Disorder learn how to organize large amounts of class material. You can be highly successful in college. Hard work & the tools that the college provides, like the syllabi & online learning platform, along with your academic calendar, brings you success.
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