Webinar – Vicki Kobliner – Nutritional Interventions in PANS/PANDAS

kobliner Nutritional Interventions in PANS/PANDAS ASPIRE

Speaker: Vicki Kobliner, MS, RDN

Webinar: Nutritional Interventions in PANS/PANDAS

Date/Time: Monday, September 19th, 12:00 pm EST

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Materials from Webinar

PDF File: Phytonutrient Spectrum Checklist for Kids from The Institute for Functional Medicine




Foods can be either inflammatory or anti-inflammatory, and our digestive tract is a powerful and primary modulator of immune function.  Vitamins, minerals, and other compounds naturally found in foods are critical components of normal immunity.  Herbs, spices, and plants are nature’s antimicrobials and the precursors to many modern pharmaceuticals, while our microbiome can profoundly affect inflammatory responses.  As a result, dietary modifications can be included in a therapeutic approach to PANS/PANDAS.

About Vicki Kobliner, MS, RD, CD-N

Vicki Kobliner is a Registered Dietitian/Nutritionis and owner of Holcare Nutrition.  She received her Bachelor’s degree from Washington University in St. Louis and graduated with high honors from Oregon State University with a Master’s degree in Food and Nutrition. She is a contributing author to two books: A Compromised Generation: The Epidemic of Chronic Illness in America’s Children, and Essential Remedies for Women’s Health. She has lectured nationally and internationally about the role of nutrition in autism, PANS, and related disorders. She has lectured frequently for the Autism Research Institute and the Medical Academy of Pediatric Special Needs.  At Holcare Nutrition she provides functional nutrition services for children and adults seeking an integrative approach to health. Her career has been devoted to guiding families with chronically ill children to navigate the clinical, nutritional, environmental, and lifestyle changes they can make to optimize their child’s life and enhance their family experience. She uses science to find solutions while challenging children’s health dogma.

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