Is your child still struggling?

 Is your child struggling with a mental, emotional, or health condition?

Are they having emotional or behavioral issues that you're concerned about? Or a health problem like asthma allergies, eczema, ADHD, or autism?

You are not alone!

By the age of 16, approximately 54% of children have a chronic illness diagnosis.

BY THE AGE OF 16.

I find this statistic incredibly troubling. When I started my career in pediatrics, I thought I was on the front edge of reversing these trends.

Yet, they don't seem to be getting any better. If anything, they’re getting worse.

If your child is struggling, please leave a comment below and let me know what you're dealing with and what your family needs help with.

Half of parents have a child that is struggling with one issue or another. Unfortunately, pediatric medicine, as a whole, is lagging behind.

It wasn't until my own family health crisis that I woke up to what is causing our kids to get so sick and the fact that the root causes are just simply not being addressed.

Not by acupuncturists, not by doctors, not by chiropractors or naturopaths… there are very few who really truly understand what is making our children so sick and how to go about addressing it.

So if you have a child, that's struggling. I want to know because I will be sharing some of the insights I've learned on my own journey.

And I'll be sharing some tools that you can use at home to empower your family and take charge of your health. We may not have caused our child to get sick, but it's our job to fix it.

So, join me on this seven-week discussion on what is causing our children to be so sick, what the real root causes are, and why pediatric medicine is lagging. And then let's talk about solutions.

Let me know in the comments below if this is resonating and what your story is!

14 comments

Bathsheba Mphahlele

Asthma and sinuses

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Thanks for letting me know. Asthma and sinus issues are a biggie!

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Christopher Stevens

Mostly allergies are the issue with my two boys. I don't have allergies. My wife doesn't have allergies. 

I have HEPA filters on fans, feed them organic foods, only use free-range eggs and grass-fed/pasture-raised meats, and keep sugary/processed foods to a minimum. We use a charcoal (Alexapure) filtering system for water and rarely have juices unless they're fresh-squeezed. 

Since learning from you about 8 years ago, we cut WAY back on cheese and other dairies since our boys had night asthma and eczema. Within 2-3 days of reducing dairy significantly and lots of tunia massages regularly, the night asthma and eczema went away on my (at the time) 2 and 4-year-old boys. They are now 9 and 11 and struggle with allergies, and I don't know what to do. Thank you for your past advice.

I look forward to learning what can be done today to help. 

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Thanks for sharing this update Christopher! I'm glad reducing dairy helped. That is a great question. What else can be done? Why is their immune system overreacting? Stay tuned for my weekly videos, I think you'll find some ideas about what the root causes are. 

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My son wakes up a few times a month with a super stuffy nose.  It started when he was 2 and now he is 5.  He also still has difficulties with bedwetting at night.  We also eat a clean diet and live in an area with clean air. He has not been tested for mold, but both parents have tested negative for mold.  I'm curious what else could be contributing?

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Thanks for letting me know Jill! When I think about chronic stuffy nose, there are several root causes that come to mind. I'll be sharing more about them in the coming weeks. Clean diet, air and living are really great first steps. So many parents are reporting that it's not enough anymore-- so you're not alone!

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DMDD 

PTSD anxiety

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Oh my! Thanks for for sharing JJ. That's got to be rough. Sending you lots of love!

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Colitis :( the Colon is always inflamed and I suffer a lot with that  

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Thanks for letting me know Monica! Colitis is tough. Sending you lots of love. I'll be sharing some of the root causes in the coming weeks, so stay tuned.

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Autism

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Thanks for sharing Jen! The #1 thing I hear from parents of an autistic child is that there's no one single practitioner that's helps them manage all the different therapies, doctors, and supplements. The system fails to address them as a whole child. What has your experience been?

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Marianne McGrath

A chronic cough Robin. I mentioned it in an email to you and thank you for your reply.

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Yes! Keep me posted on how it goes! More info coming soon to help as well!

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