Here’s the Press Release on Julie Matthew’s Nourishing Hope website. It’s a briefer easier read then the full study. And supports what some of the Functional Medicine and Autism world has been saying now for initially about a little over a decade ago. http://nourishinghope.com/arizona-state-university-study-proves-that-nutrition-and-dietary-intervention-effective-at-improving-autism/?inf_contact_key=3231dc7280accc66e9c76c317919f4580ebf1a22183ef5e5cedb94be309e371
That Nutrition And Dietary Intervention
Effective at Improving Autism
Contrary to historical medical beliefs and public education and perception, new controlled twelve-month study by Arizona State University professor shows a direct and irrefutable correlation between nutrition and healing autism symptoms.
“The positive results of this study confirm that a comprehensive nutritional and dietary intervention is proven and effective in improving non-verbal IQ, Autism behaviors, developmental age, and other symptoms in most individuals with ASD,” says Dr. James Adams, Director of the Autism/Asperger’s Research Program at Arizona State University.
The study measured the effects of six nutritional interventions introduced over the course of a year, including supplementation and a healthy allergen-free diet.
Click Here To Read The Complete Press Release Alexandrea- The bloggers comments- I’ll put the URL/link to this on this blog in a separate post. Many people will be able to understand the Press Release. It is much shorter and easier to digest then the full study which is more suited for health professionals who specialize in helping this community. The full study is also for parents and HF adults who can understand the full study. And those whom can accept the realities it supports.
Founder, Nourishing Hope for Autism
This post is mostly written buy the Julie Matthews team after the first two paragraphs- What bothers ASD and SPD children is often also what bothers adults with it as well. Whether your aware of it or not. Research backs this up.
I’m personally defiantly most interested in seeing the series of 5 “practitioner level” talks, which we will replay on a special encore day. I hope they will offer knowledge to me that isn’t heavily recycled from other Summit’s/books/speakers.
I am thrilled to invite you to the Nourishing Hope for Autism Summit – Free Online!
For 16 years, Julie Matthews of Nourishing Hope has provided scientifically based nutrition strategies that heal the symptoms and behaviors associated with Autism, ADHD, ADD and other developmental delays. Now, she has gathered twenty five leading experts to present the science, their clinical results, and steps parents can take right in their own kitchen to help their children with Autism.
Starting today, you can register to attend the online summit for free here:
Along the way you will:
– Discover nutrition and related strategies proven to improve the health, learning, and behavior of those with autism.
– Hear from scientists and wellness professionals together in conversation about how children with autism can recover – and how food, diet, and nutrition choices, as well as functional medicine strategies, can help.
– Learn about the underlying biochemistry of autism, therapeutic diets, supplements, and remedies that are supportive, and environmental toxins to avoid.
The strategies you will learn are science-backed approaches that are effective at improving the symptoms of autism and related childhood disorders.
Register at the URL//link above
This summit is unique because it focuses in on diet and nutrition to improve autism and related disorders – and is a cohesive educational event. Each conversation will leave you with actionable takeaways you can try at home, research further, or ask your physician about.
Register to attend -while it’s still free and gain the knowledge and confidence to put hope into action.
Together we are nourishing hope!
The Blogger who GETS IT!,
Alexandrea Van Der Tuin
PS- This post is on this blog because the Summit is very specific to those who are meant to benefit from this specific blogs topic(s). While the Summit certainly may also help those with MCS and others, it is certainly more geared for helping those with complex IBS, Intestinal Permeability, and Sensory Processing Disorders.
PSS- And we have a series of 5 “practitioner level” talks, which we will replay on a special encore day. I’ll share more on those in the coming weeks