Nutrition for Autism and ADHD Website Helps Moms with High-Energy and High-Function Disabled Children

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Lucy Saba Taylor Promotes Good Nutrition, Stress and Time Management Strategies to Eliminate Energy and Stress for Moms with Children on the Spectrum

Health Coach, Lucy Saba Taylor has launched a new website ( Her goal is for it to be a helpful resource for moms who have high energy and high-function disabled children. Taylor’s new website will include articles, resources and a survey designed to support parents who are looking for help in reducing their stress and boosting their energy levels.

“I believe good nutrition fuels your body with the proper building blocks to enable you to live a happy and vibrant life. It not only plays a role in physical health, but also influences you mentally and spiritually,” said Lucy Saba Taylor, holistic health coach. Taylor has launched her website ( as a helpful resource for moms with high energy and high-function disabled children.

Taylor believes once individuals experience the benefits of self-nurturing and healthful nourishment they will be able to share their new healthy, vibrant life with the people in their own world and guide them on a similar journey.

“I particularly identify with these moms. I’m well-versed with the trials, stresses, and time management issues of raising these special needs children. I know too well the impact ignoring self-care has on the mother,” Taylor said. “As moms, we tend to focus on the care of others while ignoring our own physical, emotional, and psychological needs, especially when caring for demanding children!”

“When my sons began to experience health challenges, which the medical community could not identify the cause of, I was introduced to naturopathy and nutrition. From then on, I noticed drastic changes in their behaviors and the lowering number of infections they contracted when offending foods were eliminated,” Taylor said.

“The fact that we all have very individualized nutritional and lifestyle needs introduces the concept of bio-individuality,” she said. “Because of this, and our various other differences such as age, genetic heritage, family history, gender, emotions and even personal tastes and preferences, what works for me may not necessarily work for you and what works for one client may not work for another. That’s why all of my programs are based on each person’s bio-individuality,” said Taylor.

Continues Taylor, “Working on this principal, we look at how all areas of your life, mind, body and spirit, are inter-connected and how this affects your health as a whole. Through our work together, I help moms develop a deeper understanding of the foods and lifestyle choices that work best for them, create a wellness plan for their specific needs, and implement lasting changes that will improve their energy and balance their health.”

Taylor, a certified holistic health coach and nutritionist, combined her love of food with her interest in nutrition and studied Natural Nutrition at the Canadian School of Natural Nutrition and Culinary Arts at George Brown College in Canada.

In searching for additional help for her sons, she became involved with the then Institute for Children’s Mental Health and presented to medical residents on “The Trials Faced by New Moms of Infants with Multiple Sensitivities,” as a Workshop Leader on “High Sensitivities in Children,” and as a Support Group Leader for “Families of High Needs Children.” She also offered workshops on “Pre-School Nutrition” and “Picky Eaters” through The McCauley Child Development Center.

To contact Lucy Saba Taylor, visit her website at

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