with Kelly Dorfman, MS, LND
Renowned nutrition expert and author of the award-winning Cure Your Child with Food
as seen in Oprah Magazine, Wall Street Journal, Washington Post, on CNN and Fox News
Kelly’s book will be available for purchase and autographing.
Saturday October 24th, 2015
9:00 AM to 3:00 PM. (lunch on your own)
Fee: $110 early-bird registration by Friday October 9th, 2015 or $125 thereafter.
Members of Evergreen – $99 early-bird registration by Friday October 9th or $115 thereafter.
Parents and teachers are invited to attend this workshop how to best use nutrition for their children’s physical and psychological health. Nutritional imbalances in children can contribute to anxiety, depression, attention deficit disorders, and behavioral problems. The workshop is also appropriate for parents simply seeking to improve the resilience of their healthy children. Food has a profound impact on the body and mind: learn about nutritional practices that can improve the quality of life for children.
The Presenter: Kelly Dorfman, MS, LND is a nutrition detective who works with other medical professionals to help people with stubborn ailments and symptoms. With 31 years of experience, she employs tried and true strategies grounded in research to get the best results. Kelly is a popular speaker and workshop leader who has lectured extensively throughout the U.S. and has been featured on television programs including CNN’s American Morning and Fox News. Her award-winning book, What’s Eating Your Child? The Hidden Connections Between Food and Childhood Ailments (2011), was reissued in 2013 as Cure Your Child With Food. Kelly is also a columnist for Living Without magazine and blogs for the Huffington Post. Kelly has a master’s degree in nutrition/biology and is a licensed nutritionist dietitian in Maryland and D.C.
In this day-long event, you will learn about
- The Relationship between Behavior, Learning, Mood, and Nutrition
- Allergies, Ear Infections and their Relationship to Development
- Sugar, Artificial Coloring, and other Irritants to Learning, Mood, and Behavior
- Potential Effects of Gluten and Dairy on Children
- Stomach Aches, Reflux, and Constipation
- Fats, Brain Development, and Mood Disorders (depression, anxiety, bipolar)
- How to Deal with Picky Eating
REGISTER ONLINE Or Call 410.819.3395. Or Mail name, phone, and check to Evergreen, 770 Port St., Easton, MD 21601.