12 Nutrition Steps to Better Health, Learning & Behavior
How and why food matters for autism, ADHD, Anxiety, learning delays, and more
Are you ready for the next step?
Nourishing Hope for Healing Kids – Fall 2022 enrollment opens soon!
This step-by-step program is based on my 20 years supporting families around the world and is producing extraordinary results for children.
The leading nutrition program
based on clinical experience and research
“Ever since we’ve followed Julie’s program, my son’s quality of life has just kept improving.” – Catherine A.
“I loved this program. It empowered me as a parent to know what to feed my child and why; all backed by clinical experience and research.” – Myra Young
What Doctors Say…
“Julie Matthews does a masterful job at breaking down the complexities of therapeutic diets. Her knowledge of nutrition for children with autism is truly unique. She is a great asset to my patients and the autism community.”
“Julie gives parents the information and strategies to make better nutrition possible; a practical, research-based, step-by-step approach to improving your child’s nutrition and brain function, I encourage you to enroll.”
How the whole family benefits!
From a mom in the program-
“After dealing with IBS for many years, I learned in the course that I had symptoms that a low FODMAP [one of the diets discussed] could maybe help. I tried it and felt a lot better. I even lost 12 pounds in less than two months. I had been dieting for many years and struggled to lose even a couple of pounds. I plan to continue experimenting with the low FODMAP diet and hope to continue feeling better – finally!”
Another family’s experience:
Dad improved facial tics and lost weight.
Mom lost weight, clearer skin, regular bowel movements (and for the first time in her life doesn’t have PMS anymore).
Sister had better focus, and less anxiety. irritable, and picky eating
About Julie Matthews
Julie Matthews is a Certified Nutrition Consultant and published researcher specializing in complex neurological conditions, particularly autism. She is the author of the award-winning book, Nourishing Hope for Autism, and co-author of a study supporting the efficacy of nutrition and dietary intervention for autism published in the peer-reviewed journal, Nutrients. Julie helps parents and practitioners improve health and healing through strategic dietary intervention. Her approach, methodology, and training programs cater to the BioIndividual Nutrition® needs of each person and stems from 20 years experience with autism.