Everyday Holistic Pediatrics


The Top Homeopathic Medicines for Kids

Are you looking to start your homeopathic home remedy kit, but you’re not sure where to start? Many of you have asked me as a holistic pediatrician and mama what my top homeopathic medicines for kids are. Now you’ve got it! Here are the top homeopathic medicines

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Gluten-Free Fun-Filled Biscuits!

Another super fun Krazy Kids Cooking project with Kenzi’s and Bodi’s K/1 classes! Gluten-free biscuits filled with holiday cheer and lots of opportunities for sensory fun and measuring skills! This recipe was meant for each child to complete in entirety on his own (with a little guidance

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How To Make Your Kids Happy

During this holiday season, we as parents are consumed with one thought – “How do I make my kids happy?” What gift will be so perfect that it will light up their little faces with sheer happiness and joy? And it doesn’t help that books, website, and

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Should My Kids Get the Flu Vaccine?

Flu Shot

To get the flu vaccine or not? That is the question… Or at least, it’s a very common question in my office this time of year. I believe that the decision to get the flu vaccine for your child, just like any other vaccine, is YOUR CHOICE

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Treat Your Child’s Flu – Naturally!

Flu season is right around the corner, and we’re all bracing ourselves. There’s nothing worse than your child having fever, chills, aches, and pains – and not being able to do anything but give some Tylenol or Motrin and just wait it out. But – WAIT! If

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Nourish Your Family with Bone Broth!

Just in time for the cold and flu season, Kandice Stellmon, nutrition consultant extraordinaire for Whole Family Wellness, shows us how to make delicious and oh-so-nutritious bone broth to nourish our our family’s bodies and souls. Read on to find out how! Bone broth – YUM!!! When

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Let’s Make Some Butter!

Need something for your kids to do on Thanksgiving Day while you’re finely orchestrating what goes in and out of the oven and when, what gets stirred and simmered, and what gets to rest? They may be running around with their cousins or friends doing just fine,

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Last Night I Cried…

Last night I cried. I didn’t cry the night of the election. I didn’t cry the next night. Or the next. But last night I cried. I cried for the Latino children at Royal Oak Middle School in Michigan whose classmates chanted “Build the wall.” I cried

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Eat Yourself to a Good Night’s Sleep

Guest post by Kandice Stellmon, NC   Want a good night’s sleep?  Check out my nutrition Do’s and Don’t’s for getting your best sleep ever! Nutrition Do’s for a good night’s sleep: ‘Gobble’ up the right snack before bed.  We’ve all heard that the tryptophan found in

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The 3 Things You Need to Know to Get a Good Night’s Sleep

Guest post by Dr. Therese Trolan, MD We’re all reminded of just how important sleep is when our kids don’t get their nap and lose it before dinner’s even started. But just how important is a good night’s sleep? Chronic sleep deprivation is linked to poor physical

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