Julie Matthews MEDIA

Julie Matthews, BS NC is a globally respected nutrition expert, award-winning author, inspirational educator, and published researcher. Her guidance is backed by eighteen years of clinical experience and scientific research with complex neurological and physiological needs; particularly autism and related disorders.

She founded Nourishing Hope to stand for the efficacy of improved diet and nutrition for autism, and the BioIndividual Nutrition Institute to share her knowledge with cutting edge clinicians to help improve their effectiveness with therapeutic diets. See Julie’s bio below.

Julie Matthews & Partha Nandi, MD – Outstanding interview about the gut-brain connection and how food and nutrition can help children thrive.

10News Tampa – Julie Matthews.
Local news reports on Autism & ADHD while Julie in town to teach doctors at the MEDMAPS conference.

CTV News Canada – Julie Matthews – Symposium in Saskatoon where Julie was speaking to doctors and parents garnered coverage on the news!

Dr. Martha Herbert explains autism as a “whole body” disorder and that “diet is big” when you’re helping to heal.

Dr. Oz explains Food for Autism
– it’s all about changing the foods
that children are eating.
ABC Radio Australia – Julie Matthews. Seasoned reporter learns everything from Julie in just a few minutes – while baby Ruby hears Mama on the radio!

Testimonials

Mother explains what happened when she began nourishing hope with her son
Struggling moms explain what it’s like to be learning from Julie
Mom shares how it all “makes sense”

Julie explains
Personalized BioIndividual Nutrition
to Leading Nutrition and Health Professionals

22 Doctors + Julie Matthews

Julie presents at world’s leading
Integrative Medicine and Mental Health Conference

Some Media Articles

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Australia – Local news reports on Julie when she visits Canberra, and Sydney, Brisbane, and Perth too!

Gold Coast News reports on Julie’s education event and collaboration local moms and resources

Gold Coast News reports on Julie’s education event and collaboration local moms and resources

About “Nourishing Hope for Autism”

2009 “Most Progressive Health Book”

Book Review from Spectrum Magazine

View the VISUAL Table of Contents of the Book.
This Makes Sense!

Struggling moms explain what it’s like to be learning from Julie

Julie introduced at 2008 DAN! Conference

“Gold-Standard” scientific research

Julie Matthews is co-author of a 12-Month comprehensive study that validates her approach at nourishing hope

Read Julie’s BLOG ARTICLE where she explains all about the research and explains the outstanding results

Did you Know?
Julie is also about COOKING TO HEAL

Julie is also teaches
“Nourishing Hope” in the kitchen
for ANY situation
or dietary circumstance

Some NEWS links

Showing up in Google in recent months

Food and Autism WJMN – UPMatters.com

Some research studies are looking at what, if any, foods can help young people on the autism spectrum. Is what you’re feeding an autistic child ..

Dietary Intervention Allows for Quick Relief in ASD Symptoms – Outlook India

Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD), a range of conditions characterized by some degree of impaired behaviour, communication, language, narrow …

Best Life: What Foods Improve Autism Behavior? WMC

Wendy Ross, MD, FAAP, director, Center for Autism & Neurodiversity, Jefferson Health shared, “A lot of kids on the spectrum do have restrictive diets.

CHEO’s ‘Mini Chefs’ teaches children with autism about cooking and healthy eating Otttawa Citizen

“I’m helping save the planet by cutting them so small,” he says. “We won’t have to run the food processor so long.” Across the sun-drenched room in …

Julie/Nourishing Hope NOSTALGIA

Check this Newsletter from 2009
to see what Julie was up up way back then.

About
Julie Matthews

Julie Matthews, BS NC is a globally respected nutrition expert, award-winning author, inspirational educator, and published researcher. Her guidance is backed by eighteen years of clinical experience and scientific research with complex neurological and physiological needs; particularly autism and related disorders.

She has lectured in more than 60 cities across three continents, appeared on television, radio, newspaper, blogs/podcasts and more. Julie has published scientifically referenced articles in journals and websites; she’s been featured by Price-Pottenger, twice honored by the National Association of Nutrition Professionals, sits on two scientific advisory boards including the Autism Research Center, and is co-author on a recently published university research study proving the efficacy of nutrition intervention for autism.

Julie is a Certified Nutrition Consultant with a successful practice in San Francisco. She has a ten-year old neurotypical daughter.

Julie is a dynamic speaker who has educated professionals at trainings for Integrative Medicine for Mental Health, Autism Research Institute/DAN!, Medical Academy of Pediatric Special Needs and the MINDD International Forum in Australia. Now, nutrition professionals around the world embrace her comprehensive online training in bioindividual nutrition.

During her early nutrition studies back in 2001, Julie discovered that food and nutrition influenced the condition known as autism. She committed to investigate the connections then explain them to parents and clinicians that can make a difference helping children recover. Herfinal research paper at Bauman College became her award-winning book Nourishing Hope for Autism. It explains WHY food and nutrition affects the varied systems and biochemical pathways routinely occurring in autism and HOW to strategically apply a specialized diet to help children heal.

After many years in practice, it became evident to Julie that the dietary approaches that helped the most difficult clients, were useful in healing most chronic conditions. And because autism is one of the most complex disorders (with underlying immune/autoimmune, digestive, neurological, and metabolic dysfunction issues), it provides a unique perspective on chronic disease that helps Julie teach others to see hidden connections between symptoms, circumstances, and effective healing dietary strategies for varied complex conditions.

She founded Nourishing Hope to stand for the efficacy of improved diet and nutrition for autism, and the BioIndividual Nutrition Institute to share the synthesis of her knowledge with cutting edge clinicians to help improve their effectiveness with therapeutic diets.

How it all Began

Check this Blog Post
21 Years: ONE Empowering Idea for ADHD & Autism.

A little more about Julie

Few of you know that Julie is also an accomplished Fire Poi dancer – which is all about movement and flow – and can be done with lights or fire! Her range of interests, passions, and talents is vast – stemming from a fundamental love of life, people, and happiness.

Julie is also an avid Taiko drummer and roller skater.

She co-founded Nourishing Hope with her husband, life companion, and business partner, Martin Matthews. Together the are committed to co-creating, sharing, and impacting the world together.