Raising healthy kids – Natural strategies revealed

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kids on farm(NaturalHealth365) Vaccines linked with autism and sudden infant death syndrome (SIDS); environmental toxins; processed foods loaded with preservatives, sugar and GMOs – when it comes to protecting the health of our kids, it’s no wonder that parents can feel overwhelmed.

Sadly, Western medicine – along with government agencies – continue to minimize (or ignore) many avoidable health threats, while potentially contributing to them by overprescribing antibiotics for minor childhood ailments.  It’s time for a better way.

Find out how to keep our kids healthy with a holistic approach that works.  On the next NaturalHealth365 Talk Hour, Jonathan Landsman and Dr. Heather Wolfson talk about a science-based, holistic plan to protect the health of our families.  This is a rare opportunity to hear about family health news rarely discussed in public – including breastfeeding, co-sleeping plus many other important issues.

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Chemicals and poor nutrition are responsible for virtually all diseases, including autism

According to Dr. Wolfson, environmental toxins and poor nutrition cause the vast majority of all illnesses. Unlike conventionally-trained doctors – who often fail to address the root cause of disease – Wolfson takes a “whole patient” approach, focusing on natural strategies such as organic foods, natural supplements, detoxification and testing for food allergies and heavy metal toxicity.

The problem of poor nutrition is widespread: one out of every three children in the United States is currently overweight or obese; seven out of ten are deficient in vitamin D and the tragic health statistics go on and on. To correct poor nutrition, it all begins with a recognition that something is very wrong, needs to be changed immediately and a strong desire to change those negative aspects of our life.

When it comes to nutrition for babies, breastfeeding is essential. Not only does the infant gain immunity against disease and receive the “perfect food,” but the mother benefits as well. Breastfeeding encourages bonding, lowers the risk of osteoporosis and autoimmune disease, reduces the incidence of breast, uterine and ovarian cancers, aids weight loss, decreases stress and promotes better quality sleep.

To learn more about the best way to raise a healthy child – don’t miss the next NaturalHealth365 Talk Hour with Jonathan Landsman and Dr. Heather Wolfson.

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Stressed out kids lead to sick adults

Scientists tell us that chronic activation of the sympathetic nervous system, which occurs under stress, can cause poor immune function, high blood pressure and cholesterol abnormalities. And these can take a permanent toll – in a study spanning almost 60 years, participants who suffered childhood stress had a much higher risk of heart disease as adults.

Dr. Heather Wolfson, along with her husband – cardiologist Dr. Jack Wolfson, caution people about vaccines, which natural health experts point out have been linked to autism, SIDS plus many other serious health problems. Keep in mind, all of these vaccinations are filled with toxic additives like, formaldehyde, mercury, aluminum and ethylene glycol – to name a few unwanted ingredients. Bottom line, there is a better way to raise our kids and this information needs to get out to more and more people – before it’s too late.

Join us for a detailed conversation about how to protect the health of our children, and come away with many life-changing strategies for optimal health – free of toxins and drugs.

This week’s guest: Dr. Heather Wolfson, chiropractic physician, natural health advocate and educator

Discover the best (safest) ways to raise a healthy family –  Sun. Dec. 4

Dr. Heather Wolfson, who provides chiropractic and nutritional care to adults and children, has lectured extensively on children’s health and nutrition. She is married to holistic cardiologist Dr. Jack Wolfson, who founded Wolfson Integrated Cardiology and wrote “The Paleo Cardiologist: The Natural Way to Heart Health.”

In addition to her practice as one half of The Doctors Wolfson, she is active in animal rights and environmental safety.

jonathan landsmanAbout the author: Jonathan Landsman is the host of NaturalHealth365.com, the NaturalHealth365 Talk Hour – a free, weekly health show – and the NaturalHealth365 INNER CIRCLE, a monthly subscription to the brightest minds in natural health and healing.

Reaching hundreds of thousands of people, worldwide, as a personal health consultant, writer and radio talk show host, Jonathan has been educating the public on the health benefits of an organic, non-GMO diet along with high-quality supplementation and healthy lifestyle habits, including exercise and meditation.

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  • Cheryl Spence

    Where was this information while I was raising my children? Vaccines, antibiotics and a diet that wasn’t ideal caused them to have some health issues. Thank goodness, this article and interview will be getting the word out. Reaching as many parents as possible must be the goal.

  • Patricia Novak

    This information is beginning to reach the public. The strong arm of the pharmaceutical industry and their government allies must be made weaker. This is ruining our children s life.

    Quite a few of my friends have children with autism, learning disabilities and health challenges. When I was growing up we never saw or heard about these conditions.

  • Shannon Whitaker

    I sent this article to my friends. This interview is for them. There lives have been turned upside down by their children’s health problems. They need special tutors, because of their child’s learning difficulties and other interventions which are costly and time consuming.

  • Chuck R

    The truth is coming out and the voices are getting stronger. Keep up the good work you are doing. We need attention brought to this topic. I am going to be listing and taking notes.

  • Kitty Hines

    Junk food, vaccines, wireless devices are what industry has provided for our kids. So now we have obese children will learning difficulties. How in the world do we thank the pharmaceutical, food manufactures and the technology sector?

    My way is to see that my kids have no junk food and no cell phone. What happens in school is a problem, but at home I will have none of it.

  • Mary Fernman

    The most important thing we can do is raise healthy children. Our idea of doing that is to see they get their doctor visits done on time. Healthy children aren’t made at the doctor’s office.

    It is what they are taught and encouraged to do at home.
    They learn about diet and are exposed to certain foods. Activity should be a family project. What they see is what they will come to know and do as adults.