This three-part workshop will discuss the microbiome and its role in the testing and treatment options for physical and mental health. Case studies and research results will be presented. Participants will learn about the microbiome and identify its connection to mental health; explain the role of supplements and probiotics to a healthy gut; and understand current recognized testing for microbiome imbalance. Presenters will be Pamela Ferro, Raman Prasad, & Kelly Barnhill. Hosted by the Southeastern Massachusetts Dietetic Association (SEMDA). Find out more at https://www.facebook.com/events/1196489903715120/.
Raman Prasad will speak at April's Arlington Author Salon. The over-arching theme of "Stories of Resilience and Change" will focus Prasad on reading excerpts from Colitis & Me and The SCD for Autism & ADHD. Find out more at arlingtonauthorsalon.wordpress.com.
The authors will participate in a bookreading at this established Newbury Street bookstore in downtown Boston. Catrine Kelty, food stylist for their book will be leading a cooking demonstration. Come and hear the authors speak and try some delicious samples from the cookbook. Find out more at tridentbookscafe.com.
Raman Prasad will lead a workshop on "What's The Gut Got To Do With It: Changing the Microbiome through Dietary Intervention". This workshop will examine how dietary change using the Specific Carbohydrate Diet™ (a grain-free, dairy-free, soy-free, sugar-free diet) can decrease inflammation and alter the gut microbiome.
Raman Prasad will be speaking from his latest book at this local author's event at 1.30pm. Books will also be available for purchase.
Most children (and adults) with autism or ADHD also suffer from digestive issues ranging from constipation and reflux to diarrhea and low vitamin/mineral levels. These issues may seem minor but addressing them through the SCD-DF can play a pivotal role in improving behavior, mood, cognition, and language. More
Author Raman Prasad and nutritionist Cathy Malone (Massachusetts General Hospital) will present clinical and patient perspectives on the use of the Specific Carbohydrate Diet (SCD) for inflammatory bowel disease. This information is also applicable to IBS and celiac disease. More
Many children and adults with autism have underlying medical conditions that include immune dysfunction, nutritional deficiencies, dietary sensitivities, and biochemical abnormalities. Treating the underlying medical problems, and, specifically, the gastrointestinal illness, plays a pivotal role in improving language, mood, behavior, eye contact, and bowel function. More
A discussion about the Specific Carbohydrate Diet with Pamela Ferro, Raman Prasad, and Laura Zell.
Ferro will be presenting the benefits of SCD for Autism to state-level practitioners.
Come hear the authors read from their new collaboration.
Raman Prasad & Pamela Ferro, R.N., authors of The SCD for Autism and ADHD: A Reference and Dairy-Free Cookbook for the Specific Carbohydrate Diet, will explain how dietary change can decrease inflammation, not only for serious digestive issues, but also conditions such as eczema, autism, ADHD, anxiety, and mood disorders. This workshop will explain the diet and demonstrate how these food changes can be implemented even into the busiest of schedules.
This bakery launch party will celebrate the 2015 release of Raman Prasad and Pamela Ferro's new book The SCD for Autism and ADHD. Enjoy some delicacies baked from the Cookbook section of their book! Meet the authors! Purchase signed copies of this ground-breaking book that helps families get on the SCD-DF!
This seminar explains how environmental factors, including exposures to toxins in food and the environment, and the consumption of highly processed, nutrient-poor foods, are contributing to a wide range of chronic and neuro-degenerative illnesses in the population. Click here for more information.
Raman Prasad will speak about writing non-fiction in relation to dietary health issues on the Health & Wellness panel at Arlington's first book festival.
Nurse Pamela Ferro will speak about food sensitivities and autism during this informal discussion.
Prasad will be among one of the five speakers at a one-day conference symposium organized by Dr. David Suskind at Seattle Children's Hospital