Archive:Past Webinars

ASD & the SCD Diet

DESCRIPTION

Many children with Autism suffer from digestive disorders that can affect learning, behavior and mood. The Specific Carbohydrate diet (SCD) has been used for decades to heal the gut in people with digestive disorders, and is a popular dietary therapy for children with ASD. Improvements in bowel function, language, eye contact and self stimulatory behavior can occur when the diet is implemented correctly. In clear and understandable language, Ms. Kobliner will provide a framework for successful implementation of the SCD diet, while covering the following topics:
– Rationale for use
– Which children are the best candidates
– Diet principles
– Understanding the phases of the diet
– Avoiding common mistakes
– Meal planning and preparation tips

Ms. Kobliner is a Registered Dietitian and owner of Holcare Nutrition (www.holcarenutrition.com). She practices a functional nutrition approach to help the body heal itself, and has extensive experience using various diet modalities to help children with autism and related disorders. Vicki works with infants, children, and adults with chronic illnesses, digestive disorders, food allergies, ADHD, and autism, and provides fertility and prenatal nutrition counseling. She is a contributing author to A Compromised Generation: The Epidemic of Chronic Illness in America’s Children.


Published: 12/12/2012 Length: 01:20:06

Vicki Kobliner Vicki Kobliner, MS, RD

Ms. Kobliner is a Registered Dietitian and owner of Holcare Nutrition (www.holcarenutrition.com). She practices a functional nutrition approach to help the body heal itself, and has extensive experience using various diet modalities to help children with autism and related disorders. Vicki works with infants, children, and adults with chronic illnesses, digestive disorders, food allergies, ADHD, and autism, and provides fertility and prenatal nutrition counseling. She is a contributing author to A Compromised Generation: The Epidemic of Chronic Illness in America’s Children.



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