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Hi, I’m Kris Barrett.

My clients come to me because they are concerned about their child’s eating, sleeping and behavioural challenges. They understand that dietary changes can help autism and ADHD but don’t know what foods they should and shouldn’t eat and how to make changes to their diet . To solve these problems, I offer nutritional advice and practical support.

I’m on a mission to transform the lives of families living with Autism & ADHD. I KNOW that dietary changes can have a significant impact and I believe that all children should have the chance to experience better health and happiness.

Would you like to improve your child’s sleep, behaviour, health and happiness?

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Please fit your own oxygen mask first

My heart has been quietly breaking these past few weeks. I’m working with the most beautiful clients who are doing it so tough it’s not funny. There’s mums who are on their own, mums whose children are being suspended from school, mums whose families and marriages are falling apart. Autism... Read More

Autism a blessing?

A few years ago I gave a presentation about autism had evolved from adversity into a blessing for me. Now before you get all upset and want to yell at me that autism will never be a blessing for you, just hear me out.   Before Autism, I was a... Read More

The Ripple Effect

I often get asked this question and sometimes it can be a little hard to explain. I’m a Nutrition Coach. I’m a GAPS Practitioner. I’m a Bioindividual Nutrition Practitioner. I’m a MINDD Practitioner. But what does all that mean for you? Recently I thought that a better way to describe... Read More

The Power of Connection

In my late teens and early 20’s, I remember the excitement as I bought tickets and planned to go to rock concerts with my friends. In my late 20’s and early 30’s the rock concerts were joined by work conferences in exotic locations with fantastic speakers. And then in my... Read More
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