While It has been recognized, but may not necessarily be understood that children with ADHD can benefit from nutritional supplementation. Research suggess that children with ADHD can benefit from the neurologic support of Omega 3 and Omega 6 fatty acids. It also supports to correct relative nutrient deficiencies to decrease the severity of ADHD symptoms. Strong evidence is in the use of Vitamin C, Zinc and Vitamin A show appreciable improvement in social interaction, concentration/focus and even healthier bowel habits in children. In summary, research identifies a trend toward clinical efficacy of the combination nutritional supplementation, to include a full spectrum omega fatty acid. In addition the benefits of a probiotic and multivitamin sufficient in zinc, vitamin A and Vitamin C will only help the 11%of children aged 4-17 diagnosed with ADHD at some point in their lives. Let these children experience and evaluate the factors that motivate towards improved behavior as evidence of clinical efficacy.