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

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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Homemade Immune Booster (Superimmune Jello Recipe)

When the kiddos are sick they usually don’t want to eat much. That’s fine. I generally try to trust the body on this one.  

This homemade immune booster is a supercharged jello recipe. It's a gentle way to keep their immune systems strong and nourished, which helps them bounce back effectively from illness.

Making homemade jello makes me feel like a bit of a...

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Do Kids Need Nutritional Supplements?

I get asked all the time whether I think kids need nutritional supplements or whether we could (or should) be able to provide all their nutrition through food alone.

It’s a valid question and a topic I have wrestled with quite a bit as a nutritionist, as a mother, and as a human being. It stirs up a lot of emotion for me because my answer gets a bit political...

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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 thing that...

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