Children’s Mental Health – Feeding The Next Generation

April 27, 2014 | Category:Press Releases | Author: Aspergers in Children

(PRWEB) October 4, 2003

Analysis continues to point to environmental causes as potential threat aspects in the rise of childhood finding out disorders, including ADHD, Dyslexia, Dyspraxia, Asperger’s and Autism. Nutritional therapist and journalist Martina Watts is hosting a conference to examine the connection among the effects of changing dietary habits and the part of chemical substances on children’s behaviour and studying capacity. Martina is teaming up with conference organisers Pavilion to hold the event in London on Thursday 9 October. Leaving the Ritalin bottle aside and focusing on the most recent analysis, this national conference gives practical options by seasoned clinicians on how to handle, and in some circumstances, prevent such issues inside an integrated, holistic framework.

The conference will address:

ADHD, dyslexia, dyspraxia and the autistic spectrum. Can nutrition support?

The role of chemical toxins and heavy metals and their influence on children’s behaviour

The gut brain connection. The relevance of gut integrity to mental well being. Clinical knowledge with probiotic and diet plan therapy on young children with studying and behavioural problems

Diet, crime and antisocial behaviour.

The nutritional management of ADHD in general practice

‘Foods as opioids’

Comfort junkies – How to implement healthier consuming habits

Nutritional action plan for autism

Communication expertise – Learning and teaching them to young children.

Speakers consist of: Sally Bunday, Co-founder of the Hyperactive Children’s Assistance Group Dr Alex Richardson, Senior Research Fellow at Mansfield College and the Department of Physiology, University of Oxford Dr Neil Ward, Department of Chemistry, University of Surrey Bernard Gesch, Senior Research Scientist, Laboratory of Physiology, University of Oxford, Director of Natural Justice Dr Natasha Campbell-McBride, Cambridge Nutrition Clinic Oscar Umahro Cadogan, Nutrition Consultant, Lecturer and Chef Dr Brian McDonogh, The Eagle Clinic Eileen Palmer, Psychotherapist, NLP Practitioner Eve Gilmore, Nutrition Practitioner, Naturopath, Homeopath Kate Neil, Nutrition Practitioner, Director of Centre for Nutrition Education.

Martina Watts, Nutritional Therapist says: “Fast-track alterations to our diet regime coupled with a larger environmental load are clearly affecting the well being of our children. This conference seeks to recognize aggravating threat aspects in developmental problems, such as nutritional excesses and deficiencies. Speakers will also examine how each individual’s ability to detoxify dangerous substances can be improved, delivering sensible approaches to support susceptible kids and young adults adapt to an increasingly difficult environment.”


Notes to Editors

1.The conference requires location 9.30am – four.45pm, Thursday 9 October 2003 ORT Property Conference Centre 126 Albert Street, Camden, London, NW1 7NE

two. Press enquiries to: Sophie Medd, (Marketing and advertising), Pavilion

Tel (direct line &amp answerphone): 01273 623 222 ext 249

Tel (switchboard): 0870 161 3505

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