School can be overwhelming and stressful for both parents and students, especially children and young adults with ADHD or behavioral issues. Nutritional interventions are rarely considered as treatments for these disorders, even though studies yield promising results with targeted nutrient supplementation and dietary changes.
Thanks to the growing field of nutritional medicine, we know that children may be genetically predisposed to learning/behavioral issues and they begin to develop as early as in the womb. If you’re interested to learning how to help your child succeed this year, it’s important to have an understanding of biochemical individuality. Meaning, each human being has a unique biochemistry resulting in quite diverse nutritional needs.
During this presentation, you will learn how biochemical and nutritional imbalances influence behavior and mental health including symptoms of moodiness, defiance, aggressiveness, hyperactivity, impulsivity, phobias, fears, perfectionism, and obsessive-compulsive disorder.
This public webinar was hosted by Walsh Research Institute and Natural Health Research Institute. About Natural Health Research Institute.