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

Canada's New Food Guide... will it help us get healthier?

Ok so it's out... Canada now has new guidelines for healthy eating.

I think Health Canada got a lot of things right this time around, but I also think that now that our new guide is out we need to enter into a different conversation about food and health.

What I like most about Canada's new food guide is...

  • There is more focus on fresh food, variety and colour and less...
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Nutritional Approach To ADHD... where do you start?

I think there is little doubt at this point that good nutrition is critical to brain health. But can nutritional support reverse ADHD symptoms? Let me lay this out for you...

Good nutrition matters to our mental health. Nutritional intake in childhood has been shown to impact mental health, depression, and anxiety later in life; depression has been lifted by shifting diet...

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How To Dissolve Overwhelm

 

UPDATE: In the video I mention The Raising Resilience Jumpstart Program... that program has evolved into The Resilience Roadmap and you can find out here when registration opens.

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It's so easy to slip into a feeling of overwhelm when you're a parent, right? There's just so much.

Overwhelm is a "sticky" place; it paralyzes us and prevents us from moving forward with...

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The Foundational Trifecta For Resilient Health

You are working hard to improve you child’s health & resilience and for that I give you a standing ovation.

No parent wants to see their child sad, angry, scared, in pain, feeling stupid or incapable. None of us wants to see them underestimated or mis understood  or excluded because of their troubling behaviours.

If you're like me there is nothing...

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