The Benefits of Nutritional Intervention for Children with Autism Spectrum Disorders

Free Listings
July 17, 2019

The Benefits of Nutritional Intervention

 

for Children with Autism Spectrum Disorders

 

 There is a growing body of scientific evidence indicating the benefits of diet and nutrition for children with Autism.  Join Kerri Schmidt, Registered and Licensed Nutritionist, as she presents the research that links nutrition with autism and shares some of the successes she has had the privilege of witnessing in her 5 years of clinical practice.  

 

Come and get answers to the most commonly asked questions relating to:

·      leaky gut syndrome,

·      gluten & dairy free diets,

·      nutrient deficiencies,

·      epigenetics markers,

·      picky eating, and more.  

 

Leave with the knowledge of how diet and nutrition can maximize your child’s potential and possibly improve some of autism’s core symptoms.  

 

Where: Chrysta Learning Center

             11756 232 St. Maple Ridge, BC

             V2X 6S7

 

When: Wednesday, July 17th 2019

 

Time:   7:00pm – 8:30pm

 

Cost:   FREE - Adults/Caregivers Only Please

 

RSVP:  TheStartingPoint@shaw.ca

 

   Please register early as space is limited.

This free informational talk is open to parents and caregivers of children with autism however it is not suitable for children to attend. For more information, please visit www.TheStartingPoint.ca

Location

Chrysta Learning Center
Phone: 778-241-1951
11756 232 St.
Maple Ridge, BC

NOTE: Event details may change without notice. Please verify details by calling the venue or visiting the event website.