Helping Your Special Needs Child Through Nutrition

Special Needs Kids Special-Needs Kids Go Pharm-Free: Nutrition-Focused Tools to Help Minimize Meds and Maximize Health and Well-Being is a book that I have been looking for! I am the parent of a child who has been assessed as having ADHD.

He is very young and I am not open to putting him on medication to control his behavior at this point, but I do see that even now his behavior is an impediment in social situations.

Special-Needs Kids Go Pharm-Free: Nutrition-Focused Tools to Help Minimize Meds and Maximize Health and Well-Being was written by Judy Converse, a licensed and registered dietitian, to give a nutritional guide for parents of special-needs children hoping to reduce or eliminate their children’s use of prescription medication.

Special-Needs Kids Go Pharm-Free: Nutrition-Focused Tools to Help Minimize Meds and Maximize Health and Well-Being also helps to enhance the overall health of the child.

Special-Needs Kids Go Pharm-Free: Nutrition-Focused Tools to Help Minimize Meds and Maximize Health and Well-Being has tools for a wide range of disabilities including autism, ADHD, Sensory Processing Disorder, motor difficulties, and other neurological issues.

This is a non-invasive and holistic look at the healing powers of specific foods, ingredients and nutritional supplements.

You get tips on ways to track your child’s developmental progress and see what is working for your child and their needs.

I am willing to try any natural help for my child, and I’m thankful that Special-Needs Kids Go Pharm-Free: Nutrition-Focused Tools to Help Minimize Meds and Maximize Health and Well-Being helps me know where to start.

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