In this episode we sit down with Dr. Rachel Blaine, founder of Autism Wellness, which is dedicated to providing nutrition help and reducing nutrition hype for parents of kids with autism. As a registered dietician and professor of nutrition, Dr. Blaine walks us through practical approaches for improving kids' nutrition, while cutting through the misinformation around autism "diets."
In this episode of Healthy Enough, we look at some of the common misperceptions around exercise and ADHD, and explain what we really know about exercise and its effectiveness to improve attention and behavior.
On this episode, we listen to one teen's story about mental health during the pandemic and discuss the science and practice of using exercise to prevent and reduce depressive symptoms in teens.
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