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Unlock the Secrets to Supporting ADHD Naturally!

Join us for an exclusive webinar with Dr. William Shaw, renowned biochemist, researcher and published author, as he delves into the causes of ADHD, the issues with pharmaceutical interventions and the research-based non-drug interventions that are shown to be effective.

 

Here are some of the topics that will be discussed:

  • Intestinal Issues: Learn how a lack of digestive enzymes and/or abnormal gastrointestinal flora, can contribute to ADHD symptoms.
  • Food Sensitivities: Discover how the immune system can be targeting specific foods in our diet which can directly affect behavior and brain function. 
  • Nutrient Deficiencies: Understand the implications when certain vitamins, minerals and essential fatty acids are lacking in our diets. These critical nutrients are needed in adequate amounts for neurotransmitter synthesis and for the proper functioning of the brain. 
  • Chemical Exposure: Gain valuable insights into the chemicals present in our food and environment can play a causative role in ADD and ADHD symptoms.
  • Lab Testing: Learn about which lab tests are needed to uncover the most common underlying causes of poor focus, concentration and attention.

Don't miss this opportunity to gain invaluable knowledge and practical strategies to help your loved ones thrive!

 

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About the Presenter

William Shaw Ph.D., biochemist and toxicologist, specialized in integrative treatments for autism and maintenance of brain health, founder of Great Plains Laboratory, Inc. (now Mosaic Dx), IMMH, New Beginnings Nutritionals, expert witness, biochemical and nutritional consultant, accomplished teacher and speaker.

 

Dr. Shaw has published two books on the causes and treatments of autism which have sold more than a million copies in 12 languages, as well as 32 published articles. He discovered that chemicals derived from Clostridia bacteria are a major cause, perhaps the major cause, of autism spectrum disorders as well as neuropsychiatric diseases. Such neuropsychiatric diseases include seizures, Parkinson’s disease, depression, schizophrenia, obsessive compulsive disorder, and others.

He also solved a major medical mystery at CDC that was causing inaccurate thyroid testing throughout the world. He, along with Sydney Baker, published an account of a complete reversal of autism by the treatment of mold with antifungal drugs. He founded the Great Plains Laboratory, Inc., a world leader in integrative medical testing which provided testing in multiple languages throughout the world.

 

Dr. Shaw was the recipient of the 2013 award for outstanding research in child brain research by the International Academy of Child Brain Research for his work in the field of autism. In 2021 Shaw was awarded the Jonathan Forman Award by the American Association of Environmental Medicine for his outstanding contributions to the field of Environmental Medicine. In 2022, Shaw received the Herbert J. Rinkel Award from the American Association of Environmental Medicine for his contributions in teaching in the field of environmental medicine.

 

He is a well-known speaker at many prestigious conferences and meetings world-wide and has provided medical training in virtually every state in the United States and in most of the developed countries of the world in approximately 500 scientific presentations. 

Disclaimer: These statements have not been evaluated by the FDA. No products advertised are intended to diagnose, cure, treat, or prevent any disease. The information presented is solely for educational purposes only and always check with your licensed medical professional before starting, stopping, or changing your supplement regime.