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25 Health Experts Reveal How Simple Changes in Nutrition are Dramatically Improving the Lives of people with Autism, ADHD, and Related Disorders

Science continues to lead us to the GUT as a first line of defense for treating the behaviors and symptoms of autism. Our Teresa Conrick has written extensively on the Microbiome and its impact on "mental health." You can find her articles here. We're pleased to share this announcement for a nutrition based online seminar from Julie Matthews. 

Let's face it - most of us live like shuts-ins much of the time. We're home with our kids or taking them to therapies and schools.  Getting to conferences is often impossible.  With this seminar, you can pop in earbuds and learn while you go about your day.  Thanks t0 Julie for inviting us to share the info!

Experts teaching you will include Dr. Martha Herbert from Harvard, Chef Pete Evans, and Dr. David Berger.

Learn more and register here.  
Host: Julie Matthews, CNC

Certified Nutrition Consultant and Educator

Julie Matthews is a leading expert, since 2002 on the science and application of therapeutic diets and nutrition for autism. Her award winning book, Nourishing Hope for Autism, help parents and practitioners make food and nutrition choices that improve symptoms. She founded Nourishing Hope and BioIndividual Nutrition Institute to further the practice of customized therapeutic diet and nutrition.

Julie has curated the leading researchers, medical doctors, and nutrition professionals to present the science, clinical results, and steps that can be taken right away. They will reveal the scientific connections between what children eat and varied symptoms of autism. You'll discover which body systems are routinely affected in autism and what the science says about using food and nutrition to help. Find out which foods negatively affect learning, behavior and mood, along with which approaches can help. Learn how and why you must individualize based on your child’s unique needs. Read Julie's bio here


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