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

Eat The Rainbow. Here's How (video)

 

 

The health-promoting chemicals we get from plants are called “phytochemicals”. They represent one of the eight categories of nutrients that I talk about in my book and that I suggest you become familiar with.

Many phytochemicals act as antioxidants in the body preventing cellular damage and supporting cellular repair, they help reduce inflammation, they...

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Nutritional Psychiatry. Do You Know It Exists? (video)

 

Nutritional psychiatry involves looking at the interconnection between what we eat and how our brain functions.

It is new, it is revolutionary, and yet it is also common sense.

This video rant is reposted from my Facebook page. Clearly hit a lot of pain points for people. I want to broaden the discussion about mental health.

Nutritional Psychiatry....

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Why Probiotics are not the answer to healthy digestion

Are you tired of hearing about the microbiome?  About probiotics?  I’m not.  I’m fascinated to watch our understanding of the body change and evolve.

I have a few things to say about probiotic supplements.

In recent years probiotic supplements have become  a panacea among alternative health consumers.  Suggested for everything from depression...

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Healthy Homemade Apple Sauce: For Intestinal (& Overall) Health

I’m all about easy, efficient ways parents can use food to improve the health of their kids. And what’s easier than healthy apple sauce? My kids literally gobble this up. Which makes me happy.

We’re talking about strategies for busy families so we have to focus on yummy and nutritious foods that are easy to prepare and that give busy parents big bang for their buck. ...

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