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Raise Resilient,
Healthy Kids, One Bite At A Time.

With Jess Sherman, MEd, RHN 

Top Foods To Fight Depression

For many years now, depression and anxiety have topped the list of mental health issues faced by children and young adults.

70% of the time, adults report that their mood instability started in childhood. I suspect, given what we know now about the biological roots of mental health and the impact of a child's diet on their mental wellness later in life, that number is actually...

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Picky Eaters - Feeding Kids During The Crisis

A lot of parents in our community have kids they'd consider to be picky eaters. Last week I took our community into my kitchen to show them some of the things I'm doing with food right now to keep our bodies and minds healthy (you can read a summary here or watch the video replay in our group here). 

But I'm also aware that amidst all this talk of immune boosting and nourishment, when your...

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What I'm feeding my family during the COVID crisis

Earlier this week I did a Facebook Live session from my kitchen showing our Raising Resilience Community what I'm feeding myself and my kids right now. For those not on Facebook, I'll summarize it here. 

To be honest, I'm not doing much differently right now - I'm just being more diligent with it. 

This particular virus is 'novel' (meaning we haven't seen it before), and it...

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The Top Mistake Parents Make When Changing Their Child's Diet

Truth Bomb… changing your child’s diet to help them learn, behave and feel better does not mean you’re going to have to say ‘no’ to them all the time!

So if you've been putting off diet changes because taking a bunch of stuff out seems too hard, then today I'm here to put your mind and heart at ease and let you know there’s a better way. 

Now,...

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