Julie is well known for her work with bioindividual nutrition, which customizes the diet based on an individual’s needs. We discussed the following topics:
- Is there research about the benefits of diet and supplementation for children with neurodevelopmental disorders?
- What are some of the pitfalls you see when people implement diet?
- Is there one diet that is best?
- What are some of your favorite diets to understand and consider?
- Where are some good places to start with diet?
- Support for picky eaters
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About Julie Matthews CNC
Julie Matthews is a Certified Nutrition Consultant and Education, globally respected nutrition expert, published researcher, accomplished author, and inspirational educator.
Her guidance is backed by sixteen 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, been on television, radio, newspaper, blogs/podcasts and more, and published scientifically referenced articles in journals and websites.
Julie has been featured by Price-Pottenger, honored by the National Association of Nutrition Professionals, sits on two scientific advisory boards including the Autism Nutrition Research Center, and is contributing author on a breakthrough scientific research study into diet and nutrition to improve autism published in 2018.
She founded Nourishing Hope in 2005 to stand for the efficacy of improved diet and nutrition for autism, and the BioIndividual Nutrition Institute in 2014 to share the synthesis of her knowledge with cutting edge clinicians to help improve their effectiveness with therapeutic diets.
She published Nourishing Hope for Autism: Nutrition and Diet Guide for Healing Our Children in 2008. You can find out more about her work at her websites nourishinghope.com, bioindividualnutrition.com and nutritionforpregnancy.com.
This webinar is not a substitute for medical advice, treatment, diagnosis, or consultation with a medical professional. It is intended for general informational purposes only and should not be relied on to make determinations related to treatment of a medical condition. Epidemic Answers has not verified and does not guaranty the accuracy of the information provided in this webinar.
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