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

Three Things I Think About On A Daily Basis

 

I'm grateful every single day for the health my kids enjoy. But I work at it... every day.

I don't mean I shuffle them from appointment to appointment, I mean that every single day I consider carefully what I can do to protect and promote their health and wellness.

It's not that I obsess about it... quite the opposite, in fact. I embrace my role as CEO and master co-ordinator of...

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How To Dissolve Overwhelm

 

It's so easy to slip into a feeling of overwhelm when you're a parent. Overwhelm is a "sticky" place; when we are overwhelmed we get paralyzed and we can't move forward with the beautiful visions we have for our children's health.

I'd say 98% of the parents who come seek my help with nutrition and feeding struggles are feeling stressed by their kids and that stress has brought them to a...

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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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Do Gluten and Sugar Impact A Child's Behaviour (video)?

 

The two foods that seem to cause the most controversy when it comes to kids and behaviour are gluten and sugar (they're not really foods at all, but I think you know what I'm talking about).

You'll come across a lot of different opinions, studies, ideas about whether it's worth taking gluten and sugar out and, if you choose to remove them you'll run into many people who think you're depriving...

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