Nutritional guidance for the whole family
If you are a parent, you know what it means to feel stuck or confused somewhere along the way. Even very healthy children encounter stumbling blocks somewhere along the way.
So what can you do about reflux in your baby? How can you increase your milk supply? What are the best first solid foods? What can you do when your child is a picky eater? What are the best strategies to address your child’s ADHD? How to help your child with sensory processing issues? What natural approaches help with constipation, or acne? What are the best foods for children with autism? What can you do if your child has been exposed to lead or mercury?
Whatever questions you have about your child’s development, the answers and solutions are unique to your child and family. My job is to ask the right questions to understand what’s happening so we can figure out why it’s happening and what to do about it. I take a full health history and ask detailed questions to connect the dots and understand the full context.
What is good nutrition for children?
It’s confusing to know what to feed our growing children. In fact, there is a lot of conflicting information out there on what is good nutrition. So many parents come to me asking, “What’s really good, and what’s really bad? Who is right?” The answer is never that simple. The first step is backing up and asking two more basic questions:
“Is this food?”
“Is this food a good match for my family and my child right now?” “What simple change can I make today to improve my child’s health?”
Working with me
If you need support for your child’s nutrition and/or that of your whole family, email me at firstname.lastname@example.org for a complimentary 30-minute consultation so we can discuss your needs and assess whether I am a good match.
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