We interviewed Jess Sherman, Registered Holistic Nutritionist about healing diets for ADHD, autism and anxiety.
You can sign up for the replay below:
You may have heard that changing your child’s diet can help them calm down, focus, learn better, sleep better, feel better.
Maybe you’ve tried gluten free or GAPS or Paleo, or maybe you’ve been scared away from this approach or aren’t sure if it’s worth it…
In this webinar, holistic nutritionist and author Jess Sherman clears the confusion and explains why food is such a powerful tool and how to avoid getting confused by contradictory information.
Jess will explain away the 3 most common misconceptions that discourage families from exploring food as a tool.
She will also help you understand how to leverage 4 nutritional concepts to help your kids self regulate better.
This webinar will be helpful to you if you are a parent or practitioner new to the idea of using food as a therapeutic tool or if you’ve been at it for a while and find yourself bogged down in details and needing some clarity.
Jess Sherman M.Ed, RHN is the author of Raising Resilience – 36 ways to help your kids relax, learn and grow.
She is a Registered Holistic Nutritionist, Board Certified by the Canadian Association of Holistic Nutrition Professionals (CAHN-pro).
She has completed extra training in herbal medicine, biomedical approaches to autism spectrum disorders, functional medicine, bioindividual nutrition.
She is a certified Gut and Psychology Syndrome (GAPS) Practitioner.
She is also a certified teacher with bachelor and masters degrees in Education.
Jess is a member in good standing of the Canadian Association for Nutritional Professionals and an associate member of the International Society for Nutritional Psychiatry Research.
Jess works with the team at the Ottawa Integrative Health Centre in Ottawa, Canada and has set up a virtual office and on-line course material to reach clients farther afield.
She specializes in pediatric, family and maternal nutrition with a particular emphasis on digestive issues, autism, ADHD and mental health.
She wrote her book so parents could learn how food impacts their children’s mental and physical wellbeing and to give them practical strategies for feeding their kids.
Date & Time
- Thursday, June 29, 2017 1:00 pm