According to the ARI Parent Survey, making dietary changes offer the most consistent benefit to people on the autistic spectrum. Come and learn why. Food is actually information, sending healing or hurting messages to your genes and cells. It’s a brand new way of looking at “new-trition”! This talk is an introduction to the field of epigenetics, nutritional genomics, and the gut microbiome. You’ll discover how to change your health and your children’s health potential with food, spices, and supplements. You’ll also learn about the pros and cons of genetic testing.

Published: 10/16/2013 Length: 01:10:19

Liz Lipski, Ph.D, CCN, CHN is board certified in Clinical Nutrition & Holistic Nutrition, and the author of Digestive Wellness, & Digestive Wellness for Children. She’s the Director of Doctoral Studies at Hawthorn University, and on faculty at Saybrook University. Dr. Lipski is on faculty and on the nutrition advisory board at the Institute for Functional Medicine. She offers mentoring to clinicians who want to develop their functional nutrition skills.

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Gastrointestinal Issues and Autism Spectrum Disorders: Serotonin as a Potential Brain-Gut Link

November 18th, 2014|Gastrointestinal, Gastrointestinal, Health, Immune Issues, Nutrition, Webinar|

Handouts are online at: Free certificates of participation are available online following successful completion of a brief knowledge quiz at: Kara Gross Margolis is a pediatric gastroenterologist whose clinical subspecialty