(CNN)--We all know eating a diet high in fat and sugar can cause damage to your personal health.
Obesity, diabetes, heart disease and even depression can be after-effects of an unhealthy lifestyle.
But worse, consuming that kind of diet can affect the little one on the way.
A study led by Psychologist Edward Barker, at Kings College in London, found there could be a link between an unhealthy pregnancy diet and ADHD in kids.
In addition to ADHD, there can be an increase in conduct problems -- like lying, fighting, and stealing.
It could have to do with changes in the child's DNA.
Researchers haven't concluded that there is a definite link between the two.
But to be cautious, researchers are saying it's best to consume foods high in fiber and omega-3 fatty acids.
Eric Whited and his 8-year-old daughter Abby have a long road forward.
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