A closer look at handling your child's allergies.
Before we get started - Wishing everyone a safe and Happy Halloween. Don't eat too much candy and add in extra fiber to your protein shakes. My daughter loved Halloween because she made a fast 20 bucks when I bought back her candy. From Halloween through the Christmas Holidays, I see pediatric microbiome issues because sugar in increased in the diet and fiber is lowered. Sugar creates microbiome fermentation which in turn creates functional constipation, gas and bloating in children. Be conscious of this issue and yes a few sweets are ok, but the truth is that children are consuming large amounts of sugar at this time of year. I recommend Xymogen's Probiomax DF 350 stick packs in the morning in water or unsweetened plant milk, OptiFiber SCFA one scoop and GlutAloeMine 1/4 scoop. Cinnamon, avocado, chesnuts and beans stabilize blood sugar levels for hours and increase your fiber intake.
It's that time of year again. Your child or children will be exposed to numerous parasites, fungi, bacterium and viruses. That does not include GMO foods, pesticides, flame retardants and PCB's. Stay ahead of the "back to school" illnesses curve.
The FDA has contraindicated the use of codeine to treat pain and coughing and Tramadol for pain in children under the age of 12.
Broccoli sprouts are fun to add to any sandwich or salad. You'll want a daily dose because they improve symptoms of autism spectrum disorder and prevent several cancer cell lines.
This issue came up recently because I am seeing a trend of female precocious puberty cases. Precocious puberty is