027 - Healthy kids, healthy adults - Empowering our kids to have healthy relationship with food - Dr. Brad Ellisor - The Truth about ADHD
A recent study states that the incidence of Alzheimer's is expected to double in the next 30 years - Dr. Brad Ellisor
Diabetes cured with diet change, breaking news
More than half of kids will be obese by age 35 - Dr. Brad Ellisor . Harvard study reveals!
How we got here and chronic childhood disease
022 - Dr. Marco Ferrucci - Diabetes, how to control type 1 diabetes and resolve type 2 diabetes with nutrition and lifestyle changes. Eat More Fat!
Natural and realistic answers to help your ADHD kids
Andrea Lamont Nazarenko - Helping kids with ADHD perform better in school and at home with nutrition
019 - Dr. Marco Ferucci shares with us about nutrition, food sensitivities and allergies, how food effects our brain and the gut-brain connection..
018 - Dr. Jeff Styba teaches about essential oils. Which essential oils are best for ADHD and how they work.
017 - Adina Pearson on healthy relationships with eating, low stress meal time, getting kids to make healthy choices themselves
016 Dr. Ben Lerner, best selling author, shares about family health, setting boundaries, teaching kids how health works and much more
Is the recent news about coconut oil a reason to get loud?
014 Katie Dalebout - Healthy relationship with food, intuitive eating, eating well and balance in your life.
Host of the popular "Let it Out with Katie Dalebout" podcast. Katie and I discuss her journey to healthy eating with balance and it's application to raising well-rounded, healthy kids.
Malcolm Saunders from the Light Cellar shares about fermentation, intuitive nutrition and chocolate.
012 Dr. Scott Beck - Solutions for families with ADD, ADHD and ASD kids, how to help at home and who to get help from.
Practical tip and strategies for parents to follow.
One of the most important gifts we can give to our children is our presence. Our presence to them and our presence to ourselves as an example of being human.
Do this one thing and your kids will be excited to eat their veggie and other healthy foods you want them to. We all love to create, it is in our nature as humans. When we include our kids in the process they become invested and have the desire to eat
Sally Fallon Morell of The Weston A Price Foundation shares with us about the best nutrition practices for raising the healthiest most robust children possible. She draws on her extensive experience and research base to share with us the most important things to eat and to avoid as we navigate our way through this modern jungle of food and food choices.
This is the story of what compelled me to create the Kids Eating Broccoli podcast
Same arguments again and again
Kids are capable
Parent job -What when and where
Kid job -If and how much
Q’s -Picky eater, specific diet plans for parents, not eating
Guidance is so helpful bc it helps at the beginning of a change
Valuing the family meal
Particulars of what the meal means, screens, finish plate,
25% more eating with screen
don’t eat at meal and then want snacks?
62% of kids feel like the phone is more important than the kids
align your words and actions
family power hour once a week talk about schedules, experiences, expectations, etc…
family script at the dinner table, make a plan of what you can say different to replace what isn’t working that you have been saying repeatedly.
One year of intentional parenting
In this solo episode we dive deep into the concept of how important it is to be the example of a healthy lifestyle for our kids. I examine what it really means to be an example and what we should be exemplifying to our kids about food.
Dr. Michelle Wolford was awarded Best Naturopathic Doctor Encinitas 2015. She's had a private practice in Encinitas for 7 years treating children and adults for a variety of acute and chronic conditions all over the world. She's been a guest speaker at Medical Schools, on several radio, blog spot and TV programs in addition to a guest writer for the Journal of Alternative Medicine. She's traveled the world collecting information for your healing experience working with top medical Doctors, Shamans and Guru's from the backwoods of Panama to the mountains of India. She has a remarkable way of intertwining her Western medical training & knowledge with her profound Eastern medical training & knowledge of plants, energy medicine, nutrition, body movement, meditation, breath work and spirituality. To learn more about Dr. Michelle Wolford visit her website @ www.lifeinmotionmed.com
Dr. Christine Wood is a practicing pediatrician in San Diego with interests in healthy nutrition for children and the environmental and nutritional impact on health and disease.
She is the author of the book, How to Get Kids to Eat Great & Love It! (3rd printing) and maintains two web sites at www.mykidsdoctorvisit.com and www.kidseatgreat.com. Kids Weigh to Go is her program targeting families with overweight children.
Dr. Wood lectures to physicians and other health professionals globally on the topic of nutritional medicine for children and speaks on healthy lifestyle practices to parents and children. Her articles have been published in Newsweek and Great Life Magazine. Her interviews have been featured in magazines including: The Wall Street Journal, Parents, Parenting, Redbook, Fit Pregnancy, Family Life, among others. She has conducted television media tours to discuss infant nutrition. As a frequent guest on radio shows and television nationwide (including Real Savvy Moms TV on PBS) she delivers a message about the critical need for proper nutrition and the prevention of obesity for children. She frequently appears as a nutrition expert for families on local San Diego television station KUSI.
She is the Domain Champion of the Media and Marketing committee for San Diego Childhood Obesity Initiative (www.ourcommunityourkids.org). USANA Health Sciences, an international nutritional company, chose her to serve on their Scientific Advisory Council in 1998 and she is a current member. She has been a consultant on wellness committees for local schools (Encinitas Union School District and El Cajon School District) to improve the nutrition and activity choices for students. She is a research consultant for San Diego State University with a 5-year grant (started March 2006) on targeting childhood obesity prevention in recreation centers. She graduated from the University of Michigan Medical School and completed her pediatric residency and chief residency at Children’s Hospital of Los Angeles. She lives in the San Diego area with her husband and teenage son.
Cilla Whatcott is a board-certified classical homeopath with a B.A. degree from Arizona State University, a diploma from the four year professional program at Northwestern Academy of Homeopathy, Minneapolis, MN and a PhD in Homeopathy. She is an instructor at Normandale Community College and the author of “There Is a Choice: Homeoprophylaxis,” and co-author of “The Solution - Homeoprophylaxis.”
Cilla is the executive director of Worldwide Choice – an organization undertaking evidence-based research with homeoprophylaxis (HP) and training medically licensed providers to administer HP. She offers individualized homeoprophylaxis programs for adults and children. Cilla has been a guest lecturer in France, Scotland, Ireland, Indonesia, the USA, and Canada. She has organized and directed international conferences in 2015 and 2016 about homeoprophylaxis with leading researchers from around the world.
Cilla has published articles in Pathways, Homeopathic LINKS, Organic Lifestyle Magazine, Holistic Mom’s Magazine, Natural Health365, GreenMedInfo, Fearless Parent, HealthyHomeEconomist, and WAPF’s Wise Traditions. She also has over 1000 hours of post graduate education including certification as a CEASE therapist for reversing vaccine injury.
As the mother to children adopted from Russia, Taiwan and China, and one biological child, her deepest desire is to see families everywhere heal and thrive.