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Autism and Brain Health Class October 10, 2015

MindWhale utilizes non-pharmaceutical methods to improve speech, socialization, cognition, and mood in autistic individuals through brain chemistry testing, nutrition education, and supplement guidance. 

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Autism Class

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Nicholas Hundley, MS, CNS is offering a free introductory class for parents and caregivers of autistic individuals near Salt Lake City, Utah. This training is designed to not only improve the lives of the autistic kids, but their families and other loved ones as well.

Certain individualized dietary and supplement strategies have been shown to greatly affect the functioning of autistic individuals. Mood, sleep, cognition, socializing, and verbalizing are all positively affected by individualized brain health protocols. Parents have seen wonderful results from the information we provide.

Class instruction includes:

  • How gut health, including diarrhea and constipation, correlate with mood and behavior in autistic individuals, and what YOU can do about it.
  • How to feed the autistic brain for improved healthy function.
  • How to decrease levels of frustration in autistic individuals through foods and supplements that support a calm brain.
  • How to decrease recurring discomfort and increase appropriate pain responses.
  • How brain health correlates with verbalization and social function in autistic individuals.

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About the Speaker

Nicholas Hundley, MS, CNS is a nutritional biochemist who works with people of all ages to optimize brain chemistry. He helps people with depression, ADD/ADHD, anxiety, autism, etc. to have healthier, happier brains.

About Nicholas Hundley, MS, CNS

Nicholas Hundley is a nutritional biochemist and certified nutrition specialist. He is the main author for the MindWhale blog at MindWhale.com. He practices nutrition and can be found at NicholasHundley.com

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