Avoid Common Diet Pitfalls for Autism & ADHD

Webinar, Tuesday July 31st

Are you doing the GFCF or SCD/GAPS diet and not seeing the results you expected?

While following a special diet, there are many factors that might trip you up.  Once you see what they are, you can navigate past them.

Avoid Mistakes and be More EffectiveOn this webinar:

  • Realize how certain “health foods” could be depleting your child’s nutrients
  • Learn a simple diet refinement that could reduce anxiety or hyperactivity
  • Discover 3 foods that boost nutrition for brain development
  • Know the KEY REASONS why GFCF or SCD/GAPS may not be “working” for you, and specifically what to do about it.

I’m Julie Matthews, a Certified Nutrition Consultant, I’ll teach you how to avoid common mistakes that can derail the most diligent diet plan, and give you ways to help reduce symptoms in your child with ADHD, autism, or other childhood condition. You will learn simple and effective methods to nourish your child, even if they are a picky eater.

After a decade supporting hundreds of families on special diets for ADHD and autism, I have identified the major pitfalls. If you are doing GFCF, GAPS, or another diet and are not seeing the results you desire or that you saw initially when you began, this webinar is for you!

Join us live and have your questions answered – I will be designating PLENTY of time to Q&A,

Tuesday, July 31st, 6pm (Pacific Time).

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Hi, I’m Julie Matthews, a Certified Nutrition Consultant, Author, and Published Researcher. I teach parents and practitioners that children with autism, ADHD, and related disorders can improve and heal, and that there’s hope for their children. Then I educate and empower them to make strategic dietary changes that positively affect children’s health, which in turn helps their learning and behavior. With 17 years of experience and my unique range of knowledge, from nutrition research and clinical experience to cooking in the kitchen for my own family, I’ve created a much-needed community for parents and practitioners looking to help children with autism live happy, healthy lives. Join us.

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4 responses to “Avoid Common Diet Pitfalls for Autism & ADHD”

  1. Erika says:

    Just getting started with the diet. finishing the book and just bought my first organic cow! I am looking forward to hearing all I can about GAPS!

  2. camilla says:

    Hello,
    Sadly I missed this webinar. Was it recorded? can i still access it?
    Thank you for doing this work!
    excited to learn!

    camilla

  3. Linda Temperton says:

    Julie,

    I missed this webinar Avoid Common Diet Pitfalls for Autism & ADHD, is there any chance of seeing a recording of it?

    Linda

  4. Michelle Brussel says:

    I’m trying to post a question to you Julie and don’t know how to go about going it do I’m trying here. My son shows some signs/symptoms of ADHD but not sure yet. He’s four so still a little early to definitively diagnose. Anyway after hearing your interview on great parenting show I took him off of gluten, soy and dairy. Very hard to tell if there’s a noticeable difference. There’s so many factors that go into his behavior, one being that he is not the best sleeper. Anyway his sleep got better for a while after starting diet which of course improved his behavior and level of “hyperactivity”. Then it got bad again for a few nights and had some bad days. Anyway that was just a little background my question really is about soy. Is it the protein that is the concern or all soy? I used to give him cod liver oil which has vitamin E derived from refined soybean oil. The company (Nordic naturals) assured me that it is ultra refined and does not contain the protein in it and most people with soy allergy have a sensitivity to the protein. Just wondering if it is the same with intolerances/sensitivities and these kids with developmental delays.
    Also do you know a different company that makes cod liver oil without any soy? Thanks.

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