You may know that gut problems are not listed as symptoms for either ADHD, autism or gifted kids, but I've been hearing about them for years in my private practice.

In this vlog, Dr. Sanford Newmark, Director of Clinical Programs at UCSF Osher Center for Integrative Medicine, discusses how nutrition and food sensitivity interventions can be pivotal for bright and quirky kids.

We also discuss how you might come across doctors who dismiss these helpful strategies. Knowledge is power.

 

 

The tools and insights mentioned in this vlog are geared for bright and quirky kids, who typically are very bright and also have learning, social, emotional and/or behavioral challenges.

Is your child bright and quirky? Click here to take the quiz.

1 Comment

  1. Olesya on January 13, 2021 at 4:31 pm

    Do you suggest eliminating the same foods( dairy, wheat, corn, eggs, peanuts) from the Autistic children’s diet?
    We removed corn several years ago due to no clean corn being available. Wheat and dairy( cheese) are very big in his diet. Will be very hard to even limit it.
    He rarely eats eggs. Never eats peanuts at all. It is hard with vegetables as he eats only cucumbers when they are perfect and in season.

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