NHF’s Mission is to empower parents to have healthy children free of chronic health conditions
A Trend That Cannot Be Ignored
Far too many children have developmental neurological disabilities (autism, cognitive disabilities, bipolar disorder, ADHD, etc.) and chronic health disorders (diabetes, asthma, food allergies, cancer, etc.), and the incidence of most of those problems has increased so much over the last 20-40 years that today, approximately 30% of children in the U.S. suffer from serious mental and/or physical health problems (chronic disorders). In fact, the chance of having an autistic child in the 1950s was virtually non-existent. According to Autism Speaks, the largest autism advocacy not-for-profit in the U.S., as well as the Center for Diseases Control (CDC) the chances are now approximately 1 in 68. CLICK HERE to learn more.
1. The Healthy Child Guide and PregnancyKitchen.org – helping parents have healthy children
The Healthy Pregnancy Summit, The Healthy Child Guide and PregnancyKitchen.org contain recommendations for prospective parents from the NHF team of MDs and PhDs designed to increase the likelihood of a full-term pregnancy and a healthier child free of chronic health problems.
2. Too many children have chronic health conditions
Children are the most important resource for the future of our society. Far too many children today have developmental neurological disabilities (autism, cognitive disabilities, ADHD, etc.) and serious health problems (diabetes, asthma, depression, food allergies, cancer, etc.).
3. Many of these health problems are preventable
The Healthy Pregnancy Summit, found conveniently at HealthyPregnancySummit.com, is a virtual summit that is free to attend online from July 22-24, 2021 where the focal point is for expecting mothers and infant baby health and wellness. The goal is to share insights on how to minimize risks of complications, miscarriage and developmental disorders, while doing the right things to enjoy a safe, full-term hiccup-free pregnancy. The Healthy Child Guide contains over 50 scientifically-based recommendations for prospective parents from the NHF Scientific Advisory Board designed to increase the likelihood of healthier children free of chronic health problems.
If you’re planning to have a child…why not plan to have a healthy one? Start today by signing up and downloading The Healthy Child Guide by purchasing a VIP Pass to the Healthy Pregnancy Summit. To visit PregnancyKitchen.org, click here.
—Professor James B. Adams, Ph.D. Chair of the Scientific Advisory Board Neurological Health Foundation (NHF)
—Chris Willhite Chairman of the Board of Directors Neurological Health Foundation (NHF)
We believe parents can dramatically improve the probability of a safe, full-term pregnancy and a child free of chronic health disorders by improving their nutritional status and reducing their exposure to toxins.
We live in a sea of 75,000 manmade chemicals, most never tested for their effects on the developing brain of a child. This is a summary of a landmark two-year study commissioned by the Environmental Working Group (www.ewg.org). The researchers found up to 232 toxic chemicals in the umbilical cord blood of 10 babies. At a minimum, parents have a right to know how to avoid chemicals (beginning preconception) that are toxic to the developing brain and nervous system of a child. To learn more, click here: youtube.com/watch?v=0-kc3AIM_LU
Support The NHF Mission
To empower parents to have healthy children free of chronic health disorders who realize their full neurological potential.
The Healthy Child Guide and PregnancyKitchen.org are part of an innovative and exciting strategy applying current scientific knowledge to preconception and prenatal health. The NHF Scientific Advisory board has integrated current research findings with best practices in maternal health. Following the NHF Recommendations increases the likelihood of birthing healthier children free of chronic health conditions.
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