Diets that Heal: Most Effective Intervention You Arent Using & How to Get Started
Beth Secosky, MA
Success Tools for Getting Started on SCD and GAPS Diets
Diet is one of the most important tools you have to heal the body, but with so many diets how do you choose the right one? Many top practitioners recommend the Specific Carbohydrate Diet (SCD) or GAPS diets. Dr. Sidney Baker has said, "SCD is the best treatment that I have found so far for many children on the Autism Spectrum."
How do you get started on one of these healing diets? In this interactive session, health coach, Beth Secosky, will give you tools and insights to get you started on the diets to improve your child's health and quality of life – and your family's too!
This session is all about helping make it easy for you to take action. Learn about:
* The difference between the SCD and GAPS diets
* How to choose the diet best for your child's healing and health goals
* Overview of the "introductory" stages of diets, including detailed foods lists by stage
* Quick start tools for success including grocery shopping lists, essential kitchen supplies, and more
* Delicious, child-friendly recipes for the introductory stage of the diets (SDC and GAPS)
Health coach, Beth Secosky, will give you the tools to take action so you can more quickly improve your child's quality of life – and your family's too!
Beth Secosky is a health coach and educator specializing in ASDs and related disorders with extensive training on the Specific Carbohydrate Diet (SCD) and Gut and Psychology Syndrome (GAPS) diets. She has over 20 years’ experience in coaching and professional development. Her master’s degree from Marymount University in Arlington, VA, in human resources and Certificate in Coaching from NC State University in Raleigh, NC, helped her transform businesses from good to great.
Five years ago when Beth’s son started recovering from autism with biomedical and dietary interventions, she transitioned from business consultant and coach to health coach specializing in helping families impacted by autism. Beth felt compelled to help other families recover and heal as well. Now, through her coaching and consulting she helps families make transformative changes including:· Parents successfully implementing interventions (biomedical and dietary) that once overwhelmed them· Children improving far beyond the prognosis given by conventional doctors · Families living more normal, less stressful daily lives· Children healing in the body and the brain.