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

A Simple Little Ninja Trick For Parenting

Last week I was sent a message from our school (our new school, I should add).  It was something to the effect of: “we have arranged for all the students to get freezies at lunchtime on Friday.  If you would like your child to be exempt from this activity please let the office know.”

So I was faced with a decision.

Do I want my child to eat genetically modified high...

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Fearless Parenting?

The term Fearless Parenting.  The label has got me thinking.  

Am I a Fearless Parent?  Do I want to be?

I don’t actually think we can be fearless as we raise our kids.  Fact is, there are a lot of things to be afraid of, for sure.  The very first feeling I remember having when I had my first child... no, actually, when I was pregnant with my first child... was...

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Why I Do What I Do

I've been doing a lot of soul searching lately, trying to tap in to the bigger picture of why I do what I do.

'Cause truth is, meal plans are boring. Food restriction is boring. Biochemical pathways... kinda fascinating, but kinda boring.

What ignites me is moving people... shifting their perspective. Getting them unstuck. Showing them a different way. Helping them find their power.

I've...

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Is it true that half of all kids will be autistic by 2025?

And does it matter?

The new numbers are in.  The CDC's latest report tells us that the rate of kids with a diagnosed developmental disability has increased over the years and now sits at one in 36 (or 6.99%). That includes kids on the autism spectrum along with kids with other intellectual disability and developmental delay. Data for this report was collected by survey in the United...

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