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Nutrition Lecture | AutismOne


Break Free from Restrictive Diets: The Key Principles of Nutrition for a Healthy Family

4:45 pm

Now more than ever, food is being recognized as a critical determinant of health for all individuals, especially children with chronic illness and immune dysregulation.  Learn how to use food “as information” to create positive health outcomes for your family.  Through her passion for functional nutrition, microbiology research, and the growth mindset, Kathleen will explore the “regenerative approach” to eating. This presentation will concentrate on how to focus your efforts to get the best result using her no-nonsense approach, including:

  • How to stock your kitchen: The 15 foods to always keep in stock
  • Understanding the risks of a long-term restrictive diet
  • Examples of how phytonutrients can impact the course of healing
  • How to incorporate antibacterial and antiviral foods into everyday meals
  • The power of congruence: How nourishing the whole family can improve the health of a child with autism

CE Lecture | AutismOne


The Whole Body Approach to Autism

 

Autism rarely presents as solely a brain disorder. Instead, we see the interconnection of poor neurological functioning with other physical issues like compromised digestion, low muscle tone, fatigue, frequent infections, nutritional deficiencies, and food allergies. When we address the health of the whole body through nutrition and lifestyle changes we can target the key areas that most profoundly affect those on the spectrum.

 

AutismOne Conference
Chiropractic Pediatric CE Credit Program ONLY (not open to general public)

Replay: Repaving a Road To Resilience After an Illness


What can our thoughts, habits and even our microbiome teach us about why some people successfully overcome illness or disease while others do not?

 

Now more than ever, people are struggling with chronic symptoms that are associated with internal inflammation and immune dysregulation. There is a tendency to get caught up in the viscous cycle of symptom management, restrictive diets, and conflicting health advice. When we turn to the field of health and wellness, we hear so much of conversation around specific disease pathology but what we really want to do is expand that conversation to planetary health and its link back to the health of the individual.

 

Kathleen will explore the interconnectedness that requires us to shift our perspective between the health of own inner ecosystem and that of Mother Earth. She believes to truly heal, we need to return to state of resilient health – one that reconnects us to our innate capacity to heal and our purpose in life.

 

Through her passion for functional nutrition, microbiology research, and the growth mindset she will explore the key strategies that impact what she believes are the three driving forces to cultivate resilient health and regenerate vitality – our beliefs, behaviors, and bacteria

 

This is a replay of Kathleen’s lecture at the 8th Annual Soil & Nutrition Conference.

 

Keynote | Princeton, NJ


Sourcing Health Locally

 

  “A CONFERENCE COLLABORATION OF THE SUPPERS PROGRAMS AND NOFA-NJ”

 

Keynote: 10:30 AM

 

Event: 8:45 AM – 2:30 PM (Registration $48)

Sourcing Health Locally gathers doctors, farmers and eaters in a forum to examine key questions that relate to both health care and agricultural practices. The catastrophic rise in potentially avoidable illness — from autism to Alzheimer’s, diabetes to heart disease, depression to mental illness — relates to changes in our environment and what and how we eat. The solutions lie in close collaborations among the people who grow our food (and our immune systems), prevention-oriented health care practitioners, and us eaters who have the power to choose delicious, whole, real food. Participants will come away with a practical understanding of how to avoid inflammatory diseases and prevent and reverse endocrine disruption, cognitive losses and dementia.

 

Film Festival Premiere | Providence, RI


 Secret Ingredients Premieres at RIFF & Panel Discussion

Featured in the Rhode Island International Film Festival 

Saturday, August 11 @ 3:30 PM

 

 

 

A film by Jeffrey Smith and Amy Hart, that includes the heartfelt story of my family of five who were collectively struggling with 21 chronic diseases.  While the debate rages on about GMOs and pesticides, this film shares compelling stories of people who regain their health and transform their lives after identifying the secret ingredients in their food, and making a bold commitment to avoid them

Preview Trailer

Film Premiere | Chicago, IL


Secret Ingredients Film Premiere & Panel Discussion

 

Access: Private Screening for AutismOne attendees only

 

A film by Jeffrey Smith and Amy Hart, that includes the heartfelt story of my family of five who were collectively struggling with 21 chronic diseases.  While the debate rages on about GMOs and pesticides, this film shares compelling stories of people who regain their health and transform their lives after identifying the secret ingredients in their food, and making a bold commitment to avoid them

CE Lecture | Chicago, IL


Common Biochemical Imbalances and the Functional Approach to Healing 

 

Access: Chiropractors – CE AutismOne attendees only

 

AutismOne | Chicago, IL


 “Repaving a Road to Resilience after an Autism Diagnosis”

10:30 AM – 11:30 AM

 

Access: Registered attendees of AutismOne conference

Film Premiere | Albany, NY


 Secret Ingredients Film Premiere & Panel Discussion

Feature Presentation at the Revolution of Consciousness Wellness Event.

 

 

A film by Jeffrey Smith and Amy Hart, that includes the heartfelt story of my family of five who were collectively struggling with 21 chronic diseases.  While the debate rages on about GMOs and pesticides, this film shares compelling stories of people who regain their health and transform their lives after identifying the secret ingredients in their food, and making a bold commitment to avoid them

Preview Trailer

Half-day Workshop | New Bedford, MA


Nutrition, Microbiome & the Root of Chronic Disease

In collaboration with the Marion Institute and the Massachusetts Chapter of the Northeast Organic Farming Association (NOFA/MA)

Two lectures, Q&A and group discussion

Cost For Pre-Registrants*:

NOFA Members: $34 |  Non-Members: $42

* Add $5 for walk in registration on day of event.

View the specific details of this event HERE.