NOTE: The video was intermittent due to poor internet connection, but the audio and Shannon's message to other overwhelmed parents trying to improve their family's health and diet is crystal clear.
Shannon is mom to 7 kids with 7 different health issues and struggles around food. It had all been left up to her to navigate, and when I met her she was done but not ready to give up.
When she wasn't trying to get food on the table, she was shuffling kids off to doctor's appointments and when she wasn't doing that she was beating herself up for not doing a good enough job.
She got to that point... enough is enough.
Listen to Shannon's ah-ha moments 8 months later as she reflects on the biggest game changers that helped her transform from overwhelmed and confused to confident, organized and strategic.
She talks about....
Spoiler Alert: no more picky eating, the kids are taking responsibility in the kitchen, emotions are less volatile, no more decision fatigue, son's inflammation markers are down, she knows exactly what to do and when. Yahoo!!!
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Jess is a Functional Diagnostic Nutrition® Practitioner, Registered Holistic Nutritionist™ and Family Health Educator specializing in brain health & resilience for kids. She is the author of Raising Resilience: Take the stress out of feeding your family & love your life, and the creator of The Resilience Roadmap™ - a systematic process to help parents help their kids feel and function better. Her book and online resources have helped families in 44 countries improve the lives of their children with learning differences, anxiety, ADHD, autism and mood disorders by helping them find hidden stressors and fit the food and feeding piece into their health puzzles. She is the 2019 recipient of the CSNNAA award for Clinical Excellence for her work helping families get healthier, and she continues to bring an understanding of the power of good nutrition to the mainstream conversation about children’s mental health, learning, and overall resilience through her blog, courses and as a contributor to print and online magazines. You can reach Jess at www.jesssherman.com
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