Articles & Publications

At Gateway-Mumbai, we believe strongly in the direct connection that exists between nutrition and a child's capacity for learning and development.
We are happy to share with you some articles written by Kelly Dorfman on this subject, below.

About Kelly Dorfman:

Kelly Dorfman is a health program planner and nutritionist with a master’s degree in biology/nutrition and twenty-nine years of clinical experience. Her specialty is developing nutrition and lifestyle strategies to address complex health problems from autism to bone loss to rare genetic disorders. You can learn more about Kelly and her work here.

Though these articles may have been written and published some years ago, Kelly has been kind enough to revisit the ones being sent to you in order to ensure its contents are up to date and relevant.

  1. David vs. Goliath The Food Safety Version
  2. Should You Be A Vegetarian Or Meat Eater Part III
  3. Should You Be A Vegetarian Or Meat Eater Part II
  4. Should You Be A Vegetarian Or Meat Eater Part I
  5. A Case of Chronic Mouth Sores
  6. The Picky Eater
  7. Supplements
  8. Yeast Metabolites
  9. Allergies
  10. Attention Deficit Disorder
  11. Do You Have One of the Most Common
  12. Calming The Brain
  13. EAT Program
  14. Fat
  15. How Sensory Integration and Nutrition Interact
  16. Is your Child Malnourished?
  17. "The Diet" Revisited
  18. How Nutrition Impacts Muscle Tone
  19. Help! My Child Will Eat Only French fries
  20. The Right Supplement
  21. Stealing Nutrients
  22. Bad Mood
  23. Dal For Breakfast
  24. Fish Oils
  25. Fight Back
  26. Understanding Heavy Metal Toxicity & Chelation
  27. Post-Traumatic Ear Infection Syndrome
  28. The Leaky Gut

Recommended Reading

  1. Stewart, M. & Phillips, K. (1992). Yoga for Children. Vermilion
  2. Kranowitz, C. & Newman, J. (May 2010). Growing an In-Sync Child. Penguin Group.
  3. Ostovar, R. (2009). Sensory Processing Disorder. Sensory World.
  4. Ayers, J. (2005). Sensory Integration and the Child. Western Psychological Services.
  5. LoGiudice, C. & Johnson, P. (2008). Spotlight on Social Skills: Adolescent emotions.Linguisystems Inc.
  6. Kranowitz, C. (January, 2003).Out-of-sync child has fun.Penguin Group.
  7. Kranowitz, C. (2009). Out-of-sync child.Penguin Group.
  8. Dorfman, K. (2011)Cure your child with food.Workman Publishing Co.
  9. Rogers, S. (2002). Detoxify or Die.Sand Key Company, Inc.
  10. Dorfman, K. (2011). What’s eating your child. Library of Congress Cataloging-in-Publication Data.
  11. Medina, J. (2008). Brain Rules – 12 principles for thriving at work, home and school. Pear Press USA.
  12. Ratey, J. (2008). Spark: The Revolutionary New Science of Exercise and the Brain. Library of Congress Cataloging-in-Publication Data.
  13. Greene, R. (1998).Explosive Child. Library of Congress Cataloging-in-Publication Data.
  14. Voss, A. (2011).Essential Guide to understanding Sensory Processing Disorder.CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform.