Why Your Child Won't Eat New Foods (and How to Overcome This) - Food for the Brain
11 Jul

Why Your Child Won't Eat New Foods (and How to Overcome This)

Date: 11 July 2022
Time: 6:30pm to 7:30pm

Attend virtually: https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/1416218560800/WN_dgBeo5B1TP6q9axUC6L7pw

Kids on the autism spectrum are exponentially more likely to be picky eaters, which can cause a variety of nutrition concerns and increase poor focus, brain fog and hyperactivity.

Many of the traditional approaches to picky eating are not suitable or successful for kids on the spectrum, so we must approach it in a way that fits with their needs.

In this webinar we will explore 3 common reasons why picky eating is common in autism and provide clear steps and strategies to overcome picky eating without bribing, begging or forcing.

** This webinar is pitched at all levels of understanding **
*** We do record all of our webinars so if you cannot attend live you will be sent a recording ***

About Brittyn Coleman

Brittyn Coleman, MS, RDN/LD is a Registered Dietitian, Autism Nutrition Expert, and the Creator of the Autism Nutrition Library.

She works with parents of children with autism to expand accepted foods for picky eaters and improve gut health by looking deep to find the root causes of their symptoms, and ultimately help them feel their best so that they can thrive.

She relates to families on a personal level as her younger brother was diagnosed on the spectrum over 20 years ago. She believes this experience has made her a better healthcare provider and helps her relate and empathise with clients and their families.

She offers services virtually through online courses and a membership site, the Autism Nutrition Library, to support families across the world help their kids feel their best and thrive!