Pride Learning Center presents BRAIN FOODS: Feeding Your Child to Optimize Learning

Join Melanie Silverman, MS, RD, IBCLC at Pride Learning Center, Newport Beach to learn about the "Brain Foods" and how we can get our children to eat them. Get your questions answered and get your kids eating!
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Pride Learning Center
Karina Richland
Melanie Silverman
nutrition and ADHD
Autism Diet


Newport Beach - California - US

Sept. 1, 2011 - PRLog -- Pride Learning Center, which specializes in teaching school-age children reading, writing and spelling is hosting a free presentation together with Melanie Silverman, MS, RD, IBCLC on “Brain Foods” and how we can get our children to eat them!  

“We work with many children with ADHD, autism and learning disabilities that either have food allergies or are extremely picky eaters,” states Karina Richland, Founder and CEO of Pride Learning Centers.  Many of our student’s parents complain to us that they just can’t seem to get their children to eat nutritional foods including fruits and vegetables. By hosting this presentation we hope to help our families as well as many families in the community expand their child’s repertoire of healthy “brain foods.”

In addition to educating parents on what each of these important “Brain Foods” are Silverman will also offer tips, advice and suggestions for parents on how to get their children to eat them.  

Melanie Silverman is a pediatric registered dietician.  She is the owner of Feeding Philosophies in Laguna Beach, a private pediatric nutrition counseling business where she treats a variety of differences: ADD/ADHD, picky eating, underweight, overweight, food allergies, vegetarian/vegan, autism and Prader-Willi Syndrome.  

Melanie will give the presentation at Pride Learning Center in Newport Beach on Tuesday, September 20th, 2011 at 7:00pm.  The event is free.   Pride Learning Center is located at 4030 Birch Street, Suite 102 in Newport Beach, close to the John Wayne Airport.  For more information visit or call 949-891-0125 ext. 4.

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Pride Learning Center provides one-to-one reading help for students with learning differences, including dyslexia, auditory and/or visual processing disorder and/or ADHD. Pride's reading program is based on Orton-Gillingham research and is multisensory learning.
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