Food and Nutrition for Autism & ADHD

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Are You Nourishing Hope?

Because body and brain are connected, you can improve or eliminate symptoms of autism and ADHD by giving special attention to the food and nutrition children receive.

Nourishing hope is about using scientific research, practical knowledge, and individualized insight to help discern, customize, and apply the most supportive food and nutrition plan for each child: Gluten-free casein-free, SCD, GAPS Diet, Paleo, Low oxalate, Body Ecology, Failsafe, Feingold, and more. There is no one-size-fits-all dietary program, each child is unique with individual biochemical needs and requires a unique bioindividual nutrition approach.

For those newly diagnosed, addressing nutrition and food choices can support your early intervention strategies helping you make the most out of learning and behavioral therapies.

I’ve been researching autism nutrition for over twelve years and have supported thousands of parents and clinicians to make the most of dietary intervention. From comprehending biochemistry, to discerning food and nutrient strategies, to cooking for any healing diet, my learning tools will help you.

I invite you to download my Get Started Guide.

– Julie Matthews

I knew she was good, but I had no idea HOW good! I HIGHLY recommend seeing Julie Matthews a live event whenever possible and, if you know someone who needs help, I would suggest her book.

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Food & Mood: 9 Steps to Calm the Anxious Mind <br> by Trudy Scott

Food & Mood: 9 Steps to Calm the Anxious Mind by Trudy Scott

February 20th, 2014

The following is an article written by my friend and colleague, Certified Nutritionist, Trudy Scott.  This article is a prelude to the Nourishing Hope Support Club, where this month, we[Read More]