“Got a Picky Eater? How to Solve Unhealthy Food Challenges in Children with SPD and ADHD” [Video Replay & Podcast #355]

Episode Description

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Picky (and unhealthy) eating is a not unusual difficulty related with ADHD — whether or not due to comorbid sensory issues, medicine unintended effects, or every other challenge. In some circumstances, the problem isn't picky eating at all however a feeding disorder like Avoidant Restrictive Food Intake Disorder (ARFID). Here, clinical nutritionist Kelly Dorfman — a main knowledgeable on centered vitamin therapy and creator of the award-winning ebook Cure Your Child with Food — will explore the latest research and strategies to cope with the unique eating challenges caused by ADHD neurobiology.

In this webinar, Kelly will provide an explanation for the distinctive tactics ADHD and SPD complicate a child’s dating with food, why good nutrition is key to optimizing the ADHD brain, and positive strategies to help children experience wholesome food.

In this webinar, you will learn to:

  • Manage the commonest picky consuming challenges
  • Identify signs of more critical feeding disorders and perceive why standard picky eating approaches don't work in these instances
  • Recognize how sensory issues affect eating and to find specific tactics to address them
  • Use clinically efficient techniques to reinforce eating behavior

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Read More on Picky Eaters with ADHD

More Than Picky Eating: ARFID, SPD, and Other Conditions Linked to Feeding Difficulties in Children

The Parent’s Guide to Mealtime with Picky Eaters

Got a Picky Eater on Your Hands? Here’s How to Cope

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Meet the Expert Speaker:

Kelly Dorfman, M.S., LND is a authorized medical nutritionist that specializes in targeted nutrition therapy to cope with advanced clinical problems. Cure Your Child With Food, her awarding winning guide in regards to the unexpected ways diet affects not unusual early life illnesses, is revealed in eight languages. An up to date model was once launched in early 2021.

Kelly lectures internationally and has been featured on a lot of television methods and in periodicals together with CNN’s American Morning, the Wall Street Journal, the Washington Post and Oprah magazine. She is at the advisory board of the Gateway School of Mumbai. |See expert’s full bio »

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“Today’s presentation was once completely superb! It confirmed me that there’s a good deal more attached to eating and sensory problems than I had in the past believed!”


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