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America’s New Normal: Chronically Ill Kids

Like and follow us on Facebook, Twitter, and Pinterest. Sign up here. © 2016 Fearless Parent Note: The entirety of this post is copyright protected. If you wish to share, please obtain prior written permission with details for partial use and link back for attribution. Thank you. by Judy Converse, MPH RD LD When it comes to this topic of chronically ill kids, do you have
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Fostering Nutrition — Episode 69

Listen to Fearless Parent Radio online on PRN.fm at 7pm ET or on your phone by dialing (401) 347-0456. Once the show has aired, listen via our Archived Shows page, iTunes, or Podbean. #69 – Fostering Nutrition ** April 29, 2015 Guest // Mandy Lee ** Host // Beth Lambert Want to feel inspired? Listen in as Beth Lambert interviews Mandy Lee, nutritional therapist, author, blogger, natural health
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Sorting It Out–Paleo, Vegan, or What? – Episode 36

August 6, 2014 — Margo Gasta, MS, RD, CCN, CHom with Judy Converse, MPH, RD It’s not so easy to figure out what to feed our kids anymore. Just when you think you’ve gotten it down, you learn there’s new research implicating a true staple in your family’s diet; something you would’ve sworn was healthy and unassailable. What happens when “China Study mom” mixes
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Our Fabulous Food Event in Cranford!

by Louise Kuo Habakus On behalf of Fearless Parent™ and The Thinking Moms’ Revolution, we’d like to express our deep appreciation to the wonderful speakers, sponsors, exhibitors, volunteers, and attendees who came together to create a fabulous food event in Cranford, NJ on Saturday, May 3 at the Calvary Tabernacle Church called Stirring the Pot — How Food Makes Us Sick, Keeps Us Well, and Drives
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The Paleo Mom on Autoimmunity – Episode 19

April 9, 2014 — Sarah Ballantyne, PhD with Kelly Brogan, MD View on Amazon.com This week’s show features The PaleoMom’s extraordinary healing story. It started in earnest after her second child was born. Sarah was morbidly obese and suffering from a shocking list of diseases, including severe skin disorders, arthritis, asthma, irritable bowel syndrome, acid reflux, migraines, anxiety. She lost 120 pounds and became
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An Interview with Dr. Mom – Episode 3

December 4, 2013 — Kelly Brogan, MD with Louise Kuo Habakus and Alison MacNeil About Us If you ever wished your best friend was a board-certified holistic doctor, you’ll enjoy this show. We’re dishing about fear and medicine with our own Kelly Brogan, MD, medical director of Fearless Parent. Topics covered include our greatest medical worries, talking with other moms about our choices, and
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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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In a Nutshell: Parenting Through Cold & Flu Season

by Cornelia Mazzan Wow, what a week it has been here at Fearless Parent! We launched Fearless Parent Radio on Wednesday morning, kicked off a fabulous event in Springfield, NJ on Thursday night, and still found time for all the many details of self-care, work, and family life. Stay tuned for what next week holds! 😉 Today I’m taking a deep breath and reflecting on
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Fever and Non-Intervention: A Mother’s Hand

by Kelly Brogan, MD A mother’s hand is the finest-gauged instrument available when it comes to assessing the presence of a fever in her child. When I felt my daughter’s head this morning, I knew her body was in a state of inner turmoil, and my mind leapt to my pantry of herbs, homeopathy, and nutrients. You see, I haven’t entirely unlearned my “fix
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Halloween Candy Conundrum

by Judy Converse, MPH, RD, LD Your kids are bouncing around with excitement. School activities are over-the-top Halloween focused. Back in the day At the risk of sounding like a real curmudgeon, I will say that nobody had costume parades, Halloween parties, or spooky extra treats in my 1960s elementary school days. Sure, we made pumpkin art projects that got pasted around the classroom,
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