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Are you curious about a functional medicine approach to pediatrics? Want to know about alternatives to conventional treatment of ADHD, Autism and other behavioral concerns? Dying to know about go to supplement strategy for kiddos? Tune in to hear Ali and Becki interview Dr. Emily Guiterrez of NeuroNutrition Associates, one of the first pediatric functional nutrition practices in the US. Learn about priorities of diet and lifestyle for all children.
In this episode, Ali and Becki pick Dr. Gutierrez’s brain on all things functional pediatrics from assessment of Autism and ADHD to lab interventions to the role of genetics and beyond. Get practical tips for managing behavior and supporting cognition through diet and supplement strategy. Hear from Dr. Gutierrez on essential lab interventions, foods to support growth and development and how screen time is impacting our kiddos!
More About Emily Gutierrez:
Dr. Gutierrez received her doctorate from Johns Hopkins University with a focus in translational medicine and integrative health. She is a certified practitioner through the Institute of Functional Medicine. Dr. Gutierrez received her masters degree in nursing from the University of Texas at Austin and is board-certified as a pediatric nurse practitioner and mental health specialist. Dr. Gutierrez co-owns and operates one of the first pediatric functional medicine practices in the United States, Neuronutrition Associates. Recently she wrote a best selling book, "The Parents Roadmap to Autism: A Functional Medicine Approach" that helps parents navigate how functional medicine can facilitate healing to children on the autism spectrum.
Also in this Episode:
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