Coconut oil causes heart disease? Who’s responsible for the truth?
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Coconut oil causes heart disease? Who’s responsible for the truth?
What do you think?
014 Katie Dalebout – Healthy relationship with food, intuitive eating, eating well and balance in your life. On this episode I interview Katie Dalebout, the host of the popular podcast “Let it Out with Katie Dalebout” .
In this conversation we talk about having a healthy relationship with eating and food and what can go wrong without. Also we talk about intuitive eating and how to increase our own intuition around food.
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Scott Beck Notes
ADHD: so prevalent parents told medication only option
Immune system poor with these kids
Right hemisphere big picture, controls digestion often adhd often r brain deficient.
Gut health is poor often
Nutritional advice? apples, citrus, tomatoes acidity leaky gut syndrome
Food allergy vs sensitivity
Food journal 7-10 days
Deficiencies in vit a d cal mag pot bs, omega 3,6 dig enzy, zinc
What to eat what not to eat
How to know when to make the changes and if they are working
Top tips for parents dealing with ADHD
Icpa and ica website
Dr Robert melillo “disconnected kids”
Join Dr. Brad Ellisor a he discusses the importance of being present to yourself and to your family in the creation of healthy habits for a lifetime and for a legacy.
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.
Sally Fallon Morell, MA (President), is best known as the author of the best-selling cookbook, Nourishing Traditions®: The Cookbook that Challenges Politically Correct Nutrition and the Diet Dictocrats. This well-researched, thought-provoking guide to traditional foods contains a startling message: animal fats and cholesterol are not villains but vital factors in the diet, necessary for normal growth, proper function of the brain and nervous system, protection from disease and optimum energy levels.
The culinary ideas introduced in Nourishing Traditions® have stimulated the growth of a variety of small businesses providing traditional nutrient-dense foods including lacto-fermented condiments, kombucha and other lacto-fermented soft drinks, bone broth and genuine sourdough bread. Raw milk production is flourishing as are direct farm-to-consumer buying arrangements.
Sally is frequent contributors to holistic health publications. Her work is widely respected for providing accurate and understandable explanations of complicated subjects in the field of nutrition and health. Several articles on the dangers of modern soy products have generated intense controversy in the health food industry. Her presentations on Nourishing Traditions Diets and The Oiling of America have earned highly complimentary reviews throughout the US and overseas.
Sally Fallon Morell is founding president of the Weston A. Price Foundation and editor of the Foundation’s quarterly magazine. The Foundation has fifteen thousand members and almost six hundred local chapters worldwide. The Foundation has changed the conversation about what constitutes a healthy diet and has stimulated many fine writers to challenge the legitimacy of the lowfat, low-cholesterol paradigm. The Foundation has also alerted the public to the dangers of modern soy products, especially soy infant formula.
She also founded A Campaign for Real Milk (www.realmilk.com). At its inception in 1998, the website listed only twenty-eight sources of raw milk in the U.S. Today there are over two thousand, with many hundreds more not listed. Raw milk is the fastest growing agricultural product in the US; this growth has been largely stimulated by the information provided at realmilk.com.
She is also president and owner of NewTrends Publishing, serving as editor and publisher of many fine books on diet and health, including other books in the Nourishing Traditions® series. Her most recent titles are The Nourishing Traditions Book of Baby & Child Care (with Thomas S. Cowan, MD) and The Nourishing Traditions Cookbook for Children (with Suzanne Gross).
Sally is also the author of Eat Fat Lose Fat (Penguin, Hudson Street Press, 2005), co-authored with Dr. Mary Enig and Nourishing Broth (Grand Central, 2014), co-authored with Kaayla T. Daniel, PhD, CCN. Her latest book is Nourishing Fats: Why We Need Animal Fats for Health and Happiness (Hachette, 2017).
In 2009, Sally and her husband Geoffrey Morell embarked on a new venture: they purchased a farm in Southern Maryland. P. A. Bowen Farmstead is a mixed-species, pasture-based farm that produces award-winning artisan raw cheese, whey-fed woodlands pork, pastured poultry and pastured eggs. The farm does not use corn, soy, GMOs, pesticides, herbicides, hormones or antibiotics.
Sally received a Bachelors Degree in English with honors from Stanford University, and a Masters Degree in English with high honors from UCLA. She speaks French and Spanish. Her interests include music, gardening, metaphysics . . . and of course cooking. She lives in Brandywine, MD with her husband Geoffrey Morell. She has three beautiful grandchildren, all brought up according to Nourishing Traditions® principles.
You can find her at https://www.westonaprice.org/
And you can find any of her books at your favorite bookseller
This is the story of why I had to make the Kids Eating Broccoli podcast.
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Julie has been involved in teaching for the past 24 years. Her experience as an Elementary/Jr. High music teacher, a choral conductor with the Calgary Boys Choir, and a choral clinician has resulted in extensive opportunities to work with children and adults in both individual and group environments.An inspiring speaker, Julie is a natural performer, having directed and performed in choirs throughout the world. Her honesty and down-to-earth nature contribute strongly to the relationships she forms with the families she helps. Julie holds B.Sc. Biology and a B.A. Psychology with Distinction from the University of Calgary. She is the mother of two children, Maya and Adam.
Gail’s career has always involved working with children, both home and abroad. Her 20+ years in the public and private school systems both as an educator in the classroom, and as an administrator provides her with a broad experience base and unique insight when working with children and parents.Gail easily engages an audience with her enthusiasm for parenting, and her belief that all children want to learn, try their best, and do what is right, contributes to her goal of building positive relationships between parents and children. Gail holds a B.Ed. with Distinction and a M.A. (Honours) in Administration and Curriculum Development from Gonzaga University. She is the mother of two children, William and Grace.
With a combined 30 years experience in the education sector, we founded Parenting Power with the goal of helping parents face everyday challenges. Our commitment to the growth of our company has always been matched with our commitment to be present with our own children and families along the way.
Over 14 years (and 4 children) later, Parenting Power continues to expand and offer a comprehensive suite of parenting tools, including coaching, courses and conferences. In 2013, we co-authored our first book A YEAR of Intentional Parenting.
While the root of our business is in family coaching, we also offer a tool box of real life parenting tools available for purchase individually or via access as a member. These tools are available in a variety of formats: articles, e-books, mp3 audio downloads and video courses for use at your fingertips whenever or wherever you need them.
We also offer customized seminars and public speaking for conferences and special events. While our home base is Calgary, we help clients throughout Canada and the U.S., as well as internationally.
As parenting experts, we’ve been featured on CityTV Calgary’s Breakfast Television, and on CTV’s Noon Show. We have been regular contributors to CBC Radio’s Alberta@Noon and The Homestretch for many years and were also guests on CBC Radio’s national morning program, The Current. We’ve been fortunate to write hundreds of articles and contribute to The Mompreneur Magazine, and are part of SavvyMom’s Expert Blog Panel. We blog weekly for the Calgary Herald, and are regularly quoted in the National Post, Today’s Parent, Parents magazine, Canadian Families Magazine, the Globe and Mail and more.
As always, our goal is to leave you feeling empowered with practical, real life tools and the energy to face the daily challenges of parenting.
Their website is: http://parentingpower.ca
Parenting power interview notes:
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
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