My guest this week is Sylvia Farbstein who discusses how adversity can be a catalyst for change and a way to discover your family’s strengths.
My guest this week is Bettina Siegel who discusses the problems and challenges that parents face with kid food in school lunchrooms, classrooms, at home, and through constant overwhelming mass media influences.
My guest this week is Daniel Stein who discusses how parents can encourage movement and exercise for their children with special needs.
My guest this week is Amanda Morgan who discusses what developmentally appropriate practices are and how they are essential for our children’s individual learning and development process.
My guest this week is Ari Whitten who discusses top fatigue-inducing culprits and how parents can combat their symptoms and increase energy levels.
Dr. Joe Tatta discusses how parents can understand and properly address chronic pain in their children and family.
My guest this week is Melissa Gallico who discusses how fluoride overexposure may result in side effects such as dental fluorosis, low thyroid function, skin reactions or allergies, and neurotoxic effects on mood and behavior.
My guest this week is Dr. Elisa Song who discusses how parents can recognize, assess and act on the common symptoms of the growing illness PANS/PANDAS in children.
My guest this week is Peter Sullivan who discusses electromagnetic field (EMF) exposure and how it can affect your family’s health, mood and behavior.
My guest this week is Dr. Stephanie Seneff who discusses how exposure to glyphosate, a chemical used in the herbicide Roundup, negatively impacts our family’s health and behavior.
Dr. Vaughn Lauer discusses ways parents can better facilitate their Individualized Educational Program (IEP) meetings to target their child’s specific needs by breaking down his guide of 6 key questions.
My guest this week is Dr. James Adams who discusses microbiota transplant therapy and how it has shown incredible improvements for those suffering from severe gastrointestinal issues and autism.