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EPISODE #157: ADHD and Nutrition: Separating Fact from Fiction with Dr. Taylor Arnold

5/22/2024



SUMMARY

Nutrition advice and ADHD can be so tricky. From empty product promises to misleading marketing, finding support for your child’s diet seems to be one discouragement after another. You buy all the supplements, limit all the things, and notice a minimal difference. Our goal has always been to support families. It’s no secret that balanced nutrition is part of a healthy start for kids, but what about all the other information? In today’s episode, we interview pediatric nutrition expert Dr. Taylor Arnold to help us separate fact from fiction regarding ADHD and nutrition. 



MEET HOLLY

Dr. Taylor Arnold is a pediatric nutrition expert.  She specializes in helping parents nurture healthy relationships with food so their kids eat more veggies and don’t obsess over sweets.  Dr. Taylor is a mom of three, has a PhD in nutrition, and is a pediatric registered dietitian.  She has a YouTube channel with FREE content and courses for parents about healthy relationships with food, picky eating, and infant solids introduction.  Her mission is to change the world by making this information accessible and affordable to EVERYONE and to help parents raise the next generation of eaters to love and nourish their bodies.



OFFERS AND AFFILIATE INFORMATION

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Episode 157 Transcript

Growing Intuitive Eaters Youtube

Dr. Taylor's Instagram

Dr. Taylor's TikTok

Creating Calm - Code PODCAST

Hungry Root - Code CHILDHOOD40

Zenimal - Code TCC

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