Neurodevelopmental parenting involves understanding a few more pieces of the puzzle. Because this kind of parenting requires working with others in a team, we are focused on closing the information gap between team members, including parents, researchers, clinicians and therapists, specialists, and educators. The CNP Neurodevelopmental Research Library (NDRL) provides one more piece of the puzzle. It houses research from around the world that investigates the relationship between diet, the microbiome, and neurodevelopmental differences. Check back regularly for the latest research on the NeuroDevelopmental-Diet Relationship (NDDR). We support you in this especially awesome journey!
Our goal is to provide parents with one more piece of the ‘neurodevelopmental puzzle’ by providing research and other information on the role of nutrition in ASD, ADHD, and other developmental challenges.