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Thu, May 26


Vervain Classroom

Nutrition for Cognition: Supporting ADHD Through Food

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Nutrition for Cognition: Supporting ADHD Through Food
Nutrition for Cognition: Supporting ADHD Through Food

Time & Location

May 26, 2022, 5:30 PM – 6:30 PM

Vervain Classroom, 3308 W Chinden Blvd, Garden City, ID 83714, USA

About the event

Nutrition for Cognition: Supporting ADHD Through Food

With Lindsay Kolpitcke

May 26th, 5:30-6:30


The brain consumes more calories than any other part of the body--roughly 20%--so eating brain-healthy foods isn’t only necessary for cognition, but imperative for those of us with attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder.

What you put in your mouth provides all the raw materials for building the structure of your brain cells and keeps all the communication systems running coherently, so you can think, emote, learn, and remember. Simply put, food provides brain power.

Learn what foods, herbs, and nutrients best support the brain, why you do not want to skip breakfast (especially if you have ADHD), and how to incorporate those nutrients into your day.

About Lindsay:

 Lindsay Kolpitcke is a Boise native who earned her degree in Mind-Body Transformational Psychology with an emphasis in Holistic Nutrition from Southwest Institute of Healing Arts in 2014. Since then, she’s become certified in several modalities, including Brain, Health, and Life Coaching, Hypnotherapy, Neurolinguistic Programming, and Emotional Freedom Technique, in addition to being a Registered Behavior Technician. She’s also been self-studying herbalism since she was 16 years old, and enjoys the ability to work closely with herbs as a Shop Steward at The Vervain Collective. Lindsay works to incorporate all facets of her training to support her clients in an integrative, holistic manner. She views the coach-client relationship as a partnership, and enjoys educating and empowering her clients so they can take their health into their own hands. As a human with ADHD, Lindsay understands firsthand the struggles associated with this disorder. She has both personal and professional experience establishing and developing skills and techniques, and utilizing nutrition and herbs, to foster growth in this area.

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