Unless you’ve been living under a rock, you’ve probably heard about the Nourishing Hope for Autism Summit that has everyone talking about the new science that proves there are ways to improve many of some of our challenging symptoms!
The world is being Bamboozled into believing that autism and SPD can be ignored because there’s not much that can help us. Did you know that’s not true? And how many of us there actually are now? Statistics show that 1 in 36 children are now on the autism spectrum. (1 in 28 boys!)
Unfortunately, TODAY is the last day for the discounted purchase option for the Summit. And they take pay pal credit too! So if you need it ( And you likely DO!- trust me. I have It.) be sure not to miss this great bundle price. Tomorrow the price goes up.
Of the presentations I’ve heard thus far/ the speakers (Most of whom I’ve heard speak on these topics at least once) are exceptional!
See some of exactly what you’ll end up missing if you don’t claim your free access pass now HERE. At least to catch a possible free replay.
I am thrilled to invite you to attend the Nourishing Hope for Autism Summit!
This online summit began TODAY, Monday, July 30th, and there is no cost to attend.
For 16 years, my friend and colleague, Julie Matthews has provided scientifically based nutrition strategies that help the symptoms and behaviors associated with Autism, ADHD and other developmental delays. Now, she is co-author of a peer-reviewed 12-month research study that substantiates the approach. ( You can access that study buy reading a different recent post or two on this blog)
So she has gathered twenty-five leading experts to present the science, their clinical results, and steps practitioners and parents can take to help children with Autism.
Click HERE TO REGISTER FOR FREE
There are 3 Tracks – something for everyone!
Here’s are some of our favorites…
Foundational nutrition track includes:
Support for picky eaters
Gluten-free and dairy-free diet
Inspiring meal diets from celebrity Chef Pete Evans
Improving behavior naturally
GMOs and Glyphosate
Advanced track includes:
Anxiety, Aggression, OCD with Trudy Scott, CN
Ketogenic diet with Dominic D’Agostino, PhD
Cannabis with David Berger, MD
The “Dirt” on the Real Problem That Your Doctor is not Telling You About (Mitochondrial Dysfunction) with Maya Shetreat, MD
The Immune System and Autism: Autism as a Neuroimmune Condition with Elisa Song, MD
Practitioner track includes:
Methylation with Ben Lynch, ND
Lyme with Deitrich Klinghardt, MD
Mold, histamine and mast cell activation with Jill Carnahan, MD
Oxalates, the inflammasome, and autoimmunity with Susan Owens
The strategies you will learn are science-backed approaches that are effective at improving the symptoms of autism and related childhood disorders.
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.
Gain the knowledge and confidence to put hope into action.
After Registering you should get the weeks schedule in your e-mail with the Speakers and there topics for each day. If you don’t, please e-mail support to get it.
See you on the Summit – together we are nourishing hope.
Alexandrea Van Der Tuin
Today I created a change.org petition so that people with SPD, Roscia, ASD, IBS, / and a number of other conditions could live healthier more easily. Making your own soups are not hard at all. IF you have already the right broth or base for them. Making other dishes more appetizing or possible will also be a possibility then. Allot of stock or broth isn’t very healthy for people who can’t tolerate any of the unnecessary added ingredients in all created stocks and broths on the market that are pre-made. Most of which has onion/high sodium. Both of which aren’t sensory friendly. And in some cases are highly unhealthy. Creating your own is very time-consuming. And you create with it allot of extra poultry, meat, veggies/seafood at times with it. Which you may then eventually throw out especially if your only cooking for 1/2 people. So, if I get enough signatures. I will try to get a manufacturer to create for us 1/more broths that work for us. Please go here for more details. To sign, possibly comment on, and certainly share. Thanks!
Do you know the base of many GF flours? Some are nut based, soy based, dairy based, /rice based. Folks with ASD, complex neurological and neurobiological issues, / complex/ multiple food intolerances, will especially benefit from the below link and this post. Because, this population often, if not always, is sensitive too one (/ often more then 1) of those GF flour alternative bases. Although, these links and posts mentioned or linked below have some similarity, the angle of the information, and supporting information is somewhat different, and vital to know, for certain populations.
I recently found this page. And felt, I had to share it. It’s titled, “Rice and GF Intolerance.” Although, I’m defiantly endorsing the linked page (Obviously) I’m NOT endorsing any of her books, I haven’t read yet. I’m just not like that. Although, a couple I will look into more, to see if I want any of them.
If you haven’t read yet my post titled, “Gluten Free Flour options”. Or you need a review, look for it buy the title in the search box above. I highly recommend you atleast skim it prior to preceding with this post. It will help you really see the pain staking detail involved here. And more specifically possibly what is or isn’t needed in your diet. Among other things. Even if you can have rice but, not gluten, giladin, barley, oat, wheat, malt, rye, or barley intolerance(s)/ as an allergy. There WILL be working alternatives for you. The link below AND the previous post mentioned above. Will start you on your way to finding alternative baking options. For the healthiest, bread, pasta, and baked good alternatives, for those with super sp. nutritional needs. some very good food intolerance, advice.