The Autism, ADHD, and Sensory Processing Disorder Summit June 19-28th

Julie Matthews recently told me about this temporarily free Summit going on NOW. Trudy Scott is also a speaker in it.  Some of you might be interested in attending it. If so, sign up via the link below.

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Hi Alexandrea,

If you’re a parent, clinician, or caregiver supporting a child with Autism, ADHD, or Sensory Processing Disorder, be sure to check out this Free Summit on now.

Tara Hunkin has organized it – she’s an amazing mom that’s become a professional nutritionist and champion of biomedical interventions that help children. She teaches others how to navigate the options and make the most of their efforts.

This summit is really special, in that it shares professional insight from leading practitioners together with success tools and guidance from an experienced parent.

 

Learn about the microbiome, mitochondrial dysfunction, cell danger response, and cerebral folate deficiency in autism and related disorders. If your child has anxiety or behavioral challenges, you’ll learn something helpful.

The Summit is up right now and I’m also a featured speaker!

And the cool thing is that you can watch past videos too.

 

Here are some of my favorite speakers/subjects…

  • David Perlmutter, MD: The role of the microbiome in neurological health.
  • Trudy Scott, CN: Anxiety’s Role in ASD, ADHD and SPD and how nutrient therapy can help.
  • Nancy O’Hara, MD: What you need to know about cell danger response in ASD and other neurodevelopmental disorders.
  • Richard Frye, MD, Ph.D: Cerebral Folate Deficiency: and how it impairs neurological health
  • Elizabeth Mumper, MD: Mitochondrial Dysfunction and what it is and how to address the underlying causes.

And me…  Julie Matthews, NC: Phenol and Salicylate Sensitivities how foods impact your child’s behavior and how to fix the root cause.

The Autism, ADHD, and Sensory Processing Disorder Summit in LIVE now!


To your health,

Julie Matthews

Author, Nourishing Hope for Autism

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