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Are Physical Imbalances Affecting Your Child’s Brain and Behavior?

Underlying physiological imbalances are commonly overlooked causes of children’s behavioral problems. These imbalances can sometimes be complex and difficult to detect and can certainly affect your child’s brain and behavior – in both subtle and serious ways. If your child is experiencing attention deficit, anxiety, angry outbursts, aggression, depression, or serious behavior issues, take heart – your child …Read More

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Are You Concerned about Your Kids’ Behavior?

  Understand the Causes of Your Kids’ Behavior We’ve all been there… …the times when we’ve wished we could change our kids’ behavior! the morning struggles before school and work when you’re pressed for time. meltdowns at grocery stores while everyone is watching with disapproving eyes. bedtime overwhelm when everyone is exhausted. Would you love to …Read More

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Authoritative Parenting or Permissive Parenting: Is there a better way?

  What’s the Best Way? Authoritative Parenting or Permissive Parenting? Let’s look into each form of parenting and determine what works best for lasting respect and cooperation from your kids. Authoritative Parenting This seems to be the most common way to parent – using punishment or rewards to get kids to behave. Many of us grew …Read More

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Holistic Health Care for Kids

  Are you interested in holistic health care or functional medicine but have some fears or concerns when it comes to using it for your kids? Let’s look at the myths and fears around holistic health care. First, I’ll explain what holistic medicine is NOT. It’s not an alternative to conventional medicine. It’s not a question of either/or. …Read More


Something is Wrong with Our Kids

  Over half the kids in America are chronically sick with at least one of these conditions: Asthma Allergies Eczema ADD/ADHD Obesity Anxiety Depression Autism Autoimmune disease Learning disabilities Developmental delays The newest data on autism is that 1 in 36 American kids have an autism spectrum disorder. Pediatric disorders that were once rare or non-existent …Read More