Category Archives: Children’s Health

ADHD (ADD) Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder

If you feel unsteady on a stairway, you grab the banister to steady yourself. Likewise, if your child’s (or your) brain chemistry is off-kilter with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD), favoring healthy foods supports equilibrium. ADHD describes individuals who have trouble with concentration, impulse control and, in some cases, hyperactivity. They find that eating a… Continue Reading

Fruit & Veggie Juice–Use with Care

Juicing fruits and vegetables extracts their water, sugar and nutrients. The result is an ambrosial nectar that, when fresh, sparkles with vitality. This potent beverage is one to respect and use with care. The dregs include most of the food’s fiber and pulp and some nutrients and flavor, making juice a refined rather than a… Continue Reading

Baby’s First Foods

How do you know when to start your baby on solids? And, which ones? Fortunately, you can discern by using your common sense and by observing her development. Here’s how to provide your baby with vital and easy to digest foods. It’s miraculous how nurturing your newborn so deeply pierces your heart with love. As… Continue Reading

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