The issue of childhood chronic illness and child nutrition has reached a truly alarming point. The number of children now suffering with chronic illnesses is at an all time high and the only real explanation is our modern lifestyle.
Here to discuss more about the effect of our processed diets and sedentary lifestyles on our children is Beth Lambert. Beth is a former healthcare consultant and teacher who is now in the process of doing research on the effects of returning to a more holistic diet on childhood chronic illness.
Listen as she shares detailed information about the study she is currently working on that documents the effect of overall toxic loads on the child body. Reducing toxic load has been proven to eradicate or reduce chronic illness symptoms.
The health and wellness of our future population is on the line and we have to step up and away from processed foods and heavy chemicals. Beth shares a variety of ways to talk with your kids and help them understand how what they eat impacts their overall health.
If you’ve been struggling with building a healthy diet routine for your children, this is the episode you need to listen to.
In This Episode:
[01:22] Welcome Beth Lambert to the show to discuss child nutrition.
[01:40] What do the numbers really look like for chronic conditions in children?
[03:30] Which chronic conditions are most common in children?
[06:13] What has happened to have caused this epidemic?
[11:41] How can we help our kids get on the path to recovery?
[14:16] Learn the questions you should ask yourself to determine if something is a stressor.
[16:57] Beth shares information about the documentary she has been a part of.
[19:42] What are some of the things that they’ve found works in reversing chronic illness?
[23:06] Supplements are appropriate when used in an overall healthy diet.
[24:33] Any advice for parents to keep their kids active and healthy during this pandemic?
[27:12] Ultimately every kid is different and will need a diet specific to their biomechanical makeup.
[31:11] A blood test is an excellent tool, but there are other options for determining deficiencies.
[35:37] Why awareness is important and how you can talk to both younger and older kids.
[37:42] Learn more about health and its effect on the rest of our lives.
[39:50] Are kids born with food allergies?
[45:11] Changes in diet have been proven to reduce or erase chronic illness.
[48:06] How you can join in on Beth’s research.
[51:13] Are there any better cleaning brands than others?
[53:28] Connect with Beth.
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