Re: Choline & Inositol for ADD (the Jose Conseco effect?)
This website has a table of common foods high in choline.
In college I nearly lived on the foods in the table.
I also ate a lot of beans, brown rice, and bananas, and blackstrap molasses, love that stuff. and raisins. and peanuts. which are all high in the B vitamin inositol.
I am convinced it did help with adhd because I got my degree and that is a miracle.
I also was taking lecithin, fish oil, and B-stress vitamins every day.
I still find it helps me a lot when I pay attention to food and choose those rich in choline, EFAs, and B vitamins. I wasn't diagnosed with adhd until age 40, but I was always pretty sensitive to certain foods either helping or harming my ability to focus, concentrate, remember things, be alert, and generally function well. I hope you can eat some of these foods and see if it helps any.
I also suspect that nutrients that compete with the good nutrients, like trans-fats compete with essential fatty acids, can interfere with a person's best functioning even if they do include some of the good stuff in their diet. At least for me, it seems that way.
I hope you find the optimal results for your add and tell us on here what works for you.