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The Three Pillars of Radiant Health

by Louise Kuo Habakus Hey parents, this new normal ain’t ok Two hundred years ago, English poet William Wordsworth bemoaned man’s preoccupation with the material world and our lost connection to nature and what truly matters. Can you relate? We are so attuned to the rhythms of social and daily commerce around us that new realities normalize and we settle for them. Even when
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5/3/14 Stirring the Pot: How Food Makes Us Sick, Keeps Us Well & Drives Us Crazy

View Other Past Events Event DVD available for donation or purchase Details here An open conversation with five acclaimed experts — Listen as these professionals share the latest research on food and our health. Concerned about GMOs? Curious about the gluten-free and Paleo craze? Is sugar poison to some? Confused about balancing calories, fats, and nutrient density? We’ll delve into the science behind the
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Food, Fats, and Fungus – Episode 23

May 7, 2014 – Jill Tappert and Tasmin Cordie, DC The Three F’s of Kid Behavior: Food, Fats, and Fungus with Judy Converse, MPH, RD, LD View on Amazon.com Children and teens today face enormous struggles just to learn, play, socialize, or comply with simple requests. Estimates range from six to forty percent of our kids using stimulant or other psychotropic medications in America
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Food Stress. I’ve Lost My Appetite!

by Alison MacNeil Cooking dinner in my house is about as stressful as putting together two pieces of flat-pack Ikea furniture with my husband, hungover, on a deadline, with the kids milling about. And the sad part is… I used to love to cook. We have four people and four different diets going at my house. I am Paleo, my husband is dairy-free, my
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Kids, Allergies, and Food – Episode 20

April 16, 2014 — Robyn O’Brien with Louise Kuo Habakus If you already eat organic, avoid GMOs, and grow your own veggies, maybe you think you don’t need to read this book. Think again. The truth about our food supply is every bit as bad as you think. No, I stand corrected. It’s worse. In 2009, Robyn O’Brien published her landmark book, The Unhealthy
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School Violence, Psych Meds, and Our Children

by Kelly Brogan, MD, with Louise Kuo Habakus Editor’s note: We acknowledge with great compassion that this is a particularly challenging topic for the many families who make the difficult decision to put their children on psych meds. We believe all parents must be given the most accurate information about these medications, including side effects, the necessity of properly tapering off medication, the lack
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Camp Food: What Do You Do When Your Child’s On A Special Diet?

by Louise Kuo Habakus Summertime and the livin’ is easy. You know that old Gershwin song? Summer brings a glorious freedom from certain rules and routines. Summer brings camps, camp food, new experiences, new friends, new ideas. This freedom can also create new worries. Parenting worries. When my boys were little, they had tummy troubles. Their problems were so serious that for a time,
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