Friday, December 26, 2008

Video: Cooking to Heal with Julie Matthews


I have spent a lot of money over the past two years on cookbooks, nutritional consultations and conferences on healing and Julie Matthews' video "Cooking to Heal" is the best thing I have found for parents who want to implement a healing diet. It reviews all the different healing diets that are available and goes over comprehensive nutritional information that parents need to know. It offers a bunch of practical recipes to get picky eaters to eat healthy food such as carrot chips and crispy kale as well as more complex recipes such as bean burgers, raw sauerkraut and almond yogurt.

Julie Matthews is an autism nutrition specialist who gives a seven hour cooking/education class in Berkely, California and has made this video for people who can't attend the class . Her website Nourishing Hope is a wealth of information on the gluten free/casein free diet and the science behind nutritional intervention for kids.

The video "Cooking to Heal" is not only accessible and informative, it is also flexible and do able, which is so important for parents. I could go on and on, but you can hear Julie Matthews speaking about diet at her website HERE or buy the DVD HERE.

1 comments:

Cathy said...

Thanks for the review. I have been receiving Julie's newsletters for some time and find her information wonderful.

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