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Nutrition Strategies for ADHD:
What are they and who do they work for?

July 13th
at 12:00 EST

with Kelly Dorfman

What are some of the clues that nutrition may be a factor in ADHD?

  • The types of nutrition therapies that sometimes help attention and cognition
  • Strategies for improving processing speed and working memory
  • How a good neuropsych evaluation can help your nutritionist

Kelly Dorfman is one of the world’s foremost experts on using nutrition therapeutically to improve brain function, energy and mood. Kelly’s special talent for integrating information and finding practical solutions has made her a popular speaker and workshop leader. She lectures extensively, has been featured on numerous television programs and in periodicals including CNN’s American Morning, Fox News, the Wall Street Journal and Oprah magazine. Her awarding winning book, Cure Your Child With Food: The hidden connections between food and childhood ailments (Workman 2013), received rave reviews and was published in 7 languages. Kelly has a master’s degree in nutrition/biology and is a licensed nutritionist dietitian. You can find out more about Kelly at www.kellydorfman.com.

Read Kelly’s Article:

Best Kept Secret for Treating ADHD: Vitamin M


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13 Questions to Ask Your Child’s Prescriber

with Laurie Dupar

Does your mind ever go blank when your child’s prescriber says, “Do you have any questions?” Trained Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner and ADHD Coach, Laurie Dupar, will give you:

  • The questions you want answers to about how ADHD medication works
  • The ‘three rights’ you need to know to maximize medication’s effectiveness
  • Tips to advocate so you feel comfortable administering medication


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