Beth will be speaking at AutismOne at their conference in Colorado Springs May 24-28. Other speakers this year include keynote speakers, Robert F. Kennedy, Jr. and Suzanne Humphries, M.D. as well as top practitioners and activists such as Dr. Arthur Krigsman, Dr. Anju Usman, Dr. Andy Wakefield, and Del Bigtree.
Beth’s talk this year is The Leading Edge of Healing: How SCD/GAPS Can Help Your Child’s Healing.
In addition, Beth has a booth and will be available throughout the conference to answer your questions and help you learn more about SCD.
Here’s an overview of Beth’s talk which is Saturday, May 27th at 10:30 am:
The Leading Edge of Healing: How SCD/GAPS Can Help Your Child’s Healing
The Specific Carbohydrate Diet (SCD), and its offspring GAPS, is becoming widely recognized as the diet for children with autism and other GI conditions. Researchers are studying the impact of SCD on children with autism and the Seattle Children’s Hospital uses the SCD for children with GI conditions. Children are having dramatic positive responses to SCD far exceeding the benefits of the GFCF diet alone.
We will discuss why SCD/GAPS works so well and how to quickly and easily get started so your family can benefit from SCD.
In this workshop, we will cover:
- What SCD entails and the science behind it;
- Why SCD works better than gluten-free/dairy-free;
- What you family needs you to know about SCD;
- How to educate your family about SCD and to get started quickly and easily.
If you haven’t already registered for AutismOne, it’s not too late. Register HERE.