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

How To Ferment Foods For Your Kids

Here in the Raising Resilience Community we're looking for strategies to improve the health and resilience of our kids. We understand that food plays a big part of that because the health of the body influences how we function in the world.

But as busy parents we need strategies that will give us "big bang for our buck", so to speak. So it got me thinking.... what is the #1...

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Staying Healthy Over The Holidays

Staying healthy over the holidays… is it on your radar?

The holidays are wonderful, in their way, but they also create stress on our bodies (ironically). We’re out of our rhythm, our diets and eating patterns change, and, depending on your family, there is the stress of travel and pressure added in on top!

When there’s stress we get run down and, too often come...

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3 Tips For Relieving Your Child's Constipation

As I work with more and more families struggling to establish stable moods, energy and health in their kids, I have found constipation to be one of a trifecta of issues which get in the way of ev-er-y-thing else they might be doing to support their kids.

These three issues are so important to resolve that I have started to call them The Foundational Trifecta For Resilient Health....

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The Problem With Paleo

A Paleo-type diet is often recommended for myriad health issues including depression, ADHD, autism, chronic pain and autoimmune disease. The simplistic definition of this strategy is to remove grains, dairy and legumes and focus instead on meat, seafood, fruit, vegetables, nuts and seeds.

I find Paleo to be a very helpful starting point for children who are struggling with self...

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