Kids

To Sunscreen or Not to Sunscreen?

Why wear sunscreen? Put simply, to keep our skin from burning: Sunburns are linked to cancer. It is not known if sunscreen use prevents skin cancers like melanoma and basal cell carcinoma, but it does lower your risk. Keep in mind that sunburn is different than sun exposure. Regular sun exposure can means higher vitamin D production which means greater support for the immune system,…

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Cook This: 20 Minute Dinner – Prosciutto Wrapped Halibut, Quinoa, and Garlic Spinach

This halibut main is one of our old staple dishes that I haven’t made in forever. For some reason I thought of it this week so thought I would go ahead and re-share it with you all (with edits of course.) A perfectly balanced meal (although now I would serve double the fish for more protein, less quinoa, more spinach, and probably another veggie on…

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How do you get your kid to eat healthy foods? | Ask Dr. Samantha Video

Kids can really be a challenge, especially when it comes to what they like to eat! But there’s a trick if you get started early. And once you know it you’ll never look back. Find more about this topic using the search sidebar or topic menu.

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Seriously, HOW did you get your kid to eat those greens?

Simple. Start from the beginning. And trust me, the earlier you start the better off you’ll be. Here are some tips to start your child off right.

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There’s Magic In Changing Your Perspective

If you’ve been visiting the blog or opening my emails of late you know I’ve been working on a new project…The Stress Less Strategy. It’s currently a workshop and a talk, soon to be a webinar and and course, and finally, in the coming year, a book. As part of the project I recently released a set of adult coloring pages. Or so I thought!…

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Back to School- Keeping the Kids Healthy

It’s the fall and the school buses are sighted in your morning commute. Parents everywhere are busy with carpool schedules, lunch packing, school visits, teacher meetings, homework help, and early bed routines. It is a well known fact that the incidence of communicable diseases increase when kids are back in school.  Is getting sick bad?  No, getting sick is not “bad” dependent on the circumstances…

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