Julie Matthews is an internationally respected Certified Nutrition Consultant, Speaker and Author of the award winning book “Nourishing Hope for Autism.”
Julie has 12 years of clinical experience and is an expert in applying food, nutrition, and diet to aid digestive health and systemic healing. She has a deep knowledge of biomedical approaches, sulfation and the disordered chemistry of Autism Spectrum Disorders and ADHD and realizes that there is ‘no one size fits all diet’. Julie tailors to the unique biochemical and health needs of each individual.
Julie studied nutrition at California state-certified Bauman College and holds a Bachelor of Science from U.S. Davis in Agricultural and Managerial Economics.
Dr. Heather Way
Heather holds a PhD in Molecular Pathology and is an expert in the field of nutrigenomics. Nutrigenomics enables genetic predispositions to disease to be understood and managed via epigenetics and nutrition. Dr Way is also a certified GAPs nutritionist, who specializes in helping people with gut issues, particularly children with ASD, ADHD, fussy eaters and multiple food intolerances. Dr Way has a clinic in Brisbane, Australia, where she develops personalized nutrition programs tailored according to the results of DNA profiling.