Enhancing The Health Of Children With Autism: Diet & Environmental Modifications That Can Help Kids on the Spectrum Thrive!
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As the relationship among the brain, environmental triggers, and the microbiome continues to be explored by health professionals, it is becoming clear that many disorders and behaviors may be related to what we ingest and the subsequent health of the gut. Basic lifestyle changes, including diet modification, can have a profound effect on the therapies that autistic children (and those on the spectrum) receive. Nutrition professionals have a huge opportunity to help parents and children with Autism Spectrum Disorder thrive.

Beth Beisel, RD

Integrative Nutrition Registered Dietitian

Beth Beisel, R.D. graduated from Villanova University and the University of St. Joseph, and has been a Registered Dietitian for over 30 years. She began studying Integrative Nutrition in 2004, and has been incorporating this science into her dietetics practice. In 2017, Beth became a Certified Health Coach through Epidemic Answers, an organization that specifically addresses the needs of children affected by common childhood epidemics, including allergies, asthma, autoimmune disease, ADHD, and autism. Beth believes that every individual has unique nutritional needs and it is not always to one's benefit to conform to what Industry and the Federal Government specify as healthy.

Presenter

Beth Beisel, RD

Integrative Nutrition Registered Dietitian

Course Overview

Released: 4/22/20
Expires: 4/22/23
Duration: 58:54
Level: Level 2
Available Credit: 1.0 CPEU
Learning Need Codes: 4010; 5000; 2000; 4000
Performance Indicators 2.1.3; 6.2.5; 8.1.2

*This course has been approved for continuing education for Registered Dietitian Nutritionists and Dietetic Technicians, Registered by the Commission on Dietetic Registration (CDR).

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