Smart Food, Smart Kids - Nutrition for ADHD - Dr Alex Richardson
15 Nov

Smart Food, Smart Kids - Resolving the Attention Deficit Disaster with Dr Alex Richardson

Date: 15 November 2022
Time: 6:30pm to 7:30pm

How to help children focus, stay engaged and accelerate learning with a clear mind and good mood. In this webinar, Dr Alex Richardson will be showing us how we can use food and nutrition to positively impact children with ADHD or ADHD traits. Dr Alex Richardson is a world-renowned researcher, educator, speaker and published author; and Founder Director of the UK-based charity, Food and Behaviour (FAB) Research.

In this webinar you will learn:

How to optimise your child’s focus and attention
Support emotional stability
Build brain connections

Live Q&A with Dr Alex Richardson

Live viewers will be able to participate in a 15 minute Live Q&A with Dr Alex Richardson. You can submit your questions in advance or during the webinar to be answered at the end.

Your Recording to Watch at Your Leisure

All ticket holders will receive a recording of the webinar the following day, so you can watch again or for the first time if you are unable to attend on the day.

Tickets

Tickets are £10.00.

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About Dr Alex Richardson, Founder Director @Food and Behaviour (FAB) Research

Alex is internationally known for her pioneering research into the role of nutrition (especially dietary fats) on brain development and function, and its implications for ADHD and related conditions affecting behaviour, learning and mood. Her academic publications include experimental, epidemiological, genetic and brain imaging studies; the first controlled treatment trials investigating effects of omega-3 (and omega-6) fatty acids in ADHD, dyslexia, dyspraxia and related conditions; and the earliest case reports of potential benefits from similar nutritional interventions for depression and schizophrenia. Alex is also a highly experienced teacher and speaker for public and professional as well as academic audiences, and a frequent contributor for the media. Her book for parents and professionals – ‘They Are What You Feed Them’ – is dedicated to FAB Research, the charity she founded to raise awareness of the links between diet and mental health, wellbeing and performance.

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