Fussy eater with ADHD and SPD: Wholesome Consuming Methods
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Fussy (and unhealthy) eating is a common difficulty associated with ADHD – be it due to comorbid sensory issues, side effects from medication, or some other challenge. In some cases, the problem isn’t picky food, but a nutritional disorder like Avoidant Restrictive Food Intake Disorder (ARFID). Here, clinical nutritionist Kelly Dorfman – a leading expert in targeted nutritional therapy and author of the award-winning book Cure Your Child with Food – will examine the latest research and strategies to address the unique eating challenges caused by ADHD neurobiology.
In this webinar, Kelly explains how ADHD and SPD make a child’s relationship with food difficult, why good nutrition is key to optimizing the ADHD brain, and what positive strategies help children eat healthily.
In this webinar you will learn:
- Overcome the most common picky food challenges
- Identify signs of more serious feeding disorders and understand why traditional picky eating methods don’t work in these cases
- Understand how sensory issues affect food and find specific ways to address them
- Use clinically effective techniques to improve eating habits
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Meet the expert speaker:
Kelly Dorfman, MS, LND is a licensed clinical nutritionist specializing in targeted nutritional therapy for the treatment of complex medical problems. Cure Your Child With Food, her award-winning book on the surprising effects of diet on common childhood diseases, is published in 8 languages. An updated version was released in early 2021.
Kelly has lectured internationally and has been featured on numerous television programs and magazines such as CNN’s American Morning, Wall Street Journal, Washington Post, and Oprah Magazine. She is a member of the Advisory Board of the Gateway School of Mumbai.
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