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Raising Resilient Kids, One Bite At A Time. With Jess Sherman, MEd, RHN 

Is early introduction to gluten a good idea?

The latest government guidelines for feeding babies suggest that introduction to gluten at an early age can reduce the risk of celiac disease. This is based mainly on statistics gathered from 2 studies done in 2000 and 2005.  

The studies have lead to guidelines that teach parents that at 4-7 months old there is a window of opportunity in which a child...

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The 4 Secrets To Good Health, Calm and Confidence (The 4 Pillars Of Resilient Health™)

Ok... let's get clear. I want good health for your entire family. I want confidence for you. I want calm for you and all those around you.

I want you to raise confident, strong, healthy, resilient kids.

But I want you to know this really important piece of the "resilience" conversation that not enough people are talking about.....

What and how you feed your kids has a profound influence...

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The Resilient Family – How Retained Primitive Reflexes Influence Behaviour with Yvette Halpin

My conversation with Yvette Halpin of Nimble Kids on how retained primitive reflexes influence development and can contribute to behaviours such as aggression, anxiety, fear, phobias, dyslexia, movement struggles, and symptoms of autism and ADHD.

Highlights….

  • How our kids move in utero, during birth and early infancy has an influence on later behavioural and learning...
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Kids Can't Sleep? The Role Of Calcium

Sometimes kids complain that they can’t fall asleep and they are up until 11 or 12 at night.  This can drive parents crazy as it eats into their own downtime, not to mention it can make for a grumpy morning.

But lack of sleep also leads to reduced concentration and ability to learn and can also impair growth and lead to weight gain. Getting kids to fall into a circadian rhythm...

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