My Guide to Meal Planning, “What’s for Dinner?”

An important role as a meal planner is giving parents the ease of not worrying about  “what’s for dinner” during their busy weekdays; weeks are easier to manage and dinner prep is faster and hassle-free. Today, many fast and cheap foods at the grocery store contain a multitude of different additives and preservatives.  I like … Continue reading My Guide to Meal Planning, “What’s for Dinner?”

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Fever? Do not fear…

Reposted from Benton's Integrative Medicine's Health Blog providing information on how to prevent and/or cure certain health issues through holistic practices: https://bentonintegrative.blogspot.com/2016/12/fever-no-need-to-fear.html Fever is totally normal with illness and is the body's way of healing the body.  It should not be suppressed as that slows healing by stopping the action of fever which is the body’s … Continue reading Fever? Do not fear…

Petition: Perform large scale studies of vaccinated and un-vaccinated children

One in six US children has a learning or behavior problem.  One in ten has asthma.  One in ten has ADHD.  One in thirteen has a food allergy.  One in fifty has autism.  Thirty-five hundred children a year die from Sudden Infant Death Syndrome.  Seven hundred and fifty thousand children suffer from seizures. https://petitions.whitehouse.gov/petition/five-year-moratorium-childhood-vaccines American … Continue reading Petition: Perform large scale studies of vaccinated and un-vaccinated children

Language Development

READING + STORYTELLING + SINGING + Talking = Language Development These precious moments help develop a love for words and language.  Talking, reading and singing teaches expressive and receptive language, encourages listening skills, builds a bond between caregivers, and most importantly benefits brain development! Reading is the key that unlocks the door to learning... Read short stories, … Continue reading Language Development