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

Talking With Friends & Family About Your Food Choices

 

Sometimes friends & family don't get what you're trying to do when you put your child on a modified "special" diet.

Maybe you're taking out gluten, or additives, or sugar or some other food. If your child doesn't have the typical type of reaction - like hives, or itching, or swelling - some folks might think you're crazy, or going to too much trouble, or over-reacting, or...

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What Is Raising Resilience All About? (video)

 

This is part one of a 5 part video series that I created for our Raising Resilience Community to explain how engaging in the process of raising resilience using food can help your kids.  

==> Click Here For Video #2 In The Series

 

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What's The Difference Between a Dietitian and a Holistic Nutritionist?

I get asked often what the difference is between what I do and what a Dietitian does. I can speak more to my own education and experience as a Holistic Nutritionist, but I compiled information from statements put out by The Canadian Association Of Natural Nutrition Practitioners (CANNP), The Canadian School of Natural Nutrition (CSNN), The Canadian Association of Holistic Nutrition...

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The Resilient Family: Toxic Free Living With Dr Alexis Reid of Echochic

As part of the Resilient Family interview series Dr Alexis Reid and I sat town to talk about how to (and why to) avoid chemicals.

The goal of these interviews is to give parents like you simple strategies to raise healthy kids naturally.

It has never before been so important to avoid chemicals where and when we can. Where as in some cases they are unavoidable, there are many steps we can take...

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