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In today's show, Kelly Favret interviews Laura to answer some of the frequently-asked questions from MOMables community members. Together, they cover lunch-packing tips, cooking tips, feeding picky eaters, and more. 

 

Some of the topics covered in this podcast:

  • Struggling with the transition to homemade foods
  • When a two-year-old is hard to feed
  • How to handle food-related celebrations when a child has a food allergy
  • What to do when your child has food allergies or restrictions at school / how to deal with teachers
  • Feeding/swallowing issues at 18 months
  • My Munchbug
  • The Chew Mama
  • How do you know if a child is turning picky?
  • Making nut flour from whole nuts
  • Measuring butter and coconut oil - liquid vs. solid
  • Nutiva Coconut Oil (Amazon)
  • How do you measure "flours?"
  • At which stores does Laura grocery shop?
  • MOMables Amazon Store with Laura's favorite containers & products
  • Is there such a thing as eating too many nuts?
Direct download: 17_Questions_and_Answers__Part_Two.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 12:00am CDT

In today's show, Kelly Favret interviews Laura to answer some of the frequently-asked questions from MOMables community members. Together, they cover lunch-packing tips, cooking tips, feeding picky eaters, and more. 

 

Some of the topics covered in this podcast:

  • Struggling with the transition to homemade foods
  • When a two-year-old is hard to feed
  • How to handle food-related celebrations when a child has a food allergy
  • What to do when your child has food allergies or restrictions at school / how to deal with teachers
  • Feeding/swallowing issues at 18 months
  • My Munchbug
  • The Chew Mama
  • How do you know if a child is turning picky?
  • Making nut flour from whole nuts
  • Measuring butter and coconut oil - liquid vs. solid
  • Nutiva Coconut Oil (Amazon)
  • How do you measure "flours?"
  • At which stores does Laura grocery shop?
  • MOMables Amazon Store with Laura's favorite containers & products
  • Is there such a thing as eating too many nuts?
Direct download: 16_Questions_and_Answers__Part_One.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 12:00am CDT

Have you been wondering if your child has food allergies, food sensitivities, or intolerances? Perhaps you are confused as to what exactly makes something an allergy versus an intolerance?

In today‚Äôs show, I interview Dr. Cynthia Libert, MD. Together, we will walk you through the confusing world of food allergies and intolerances in terms you can understand. We will explain why it is important to figure out if something is bothering your child (or you!) and what you need to know about it.  

Dr. Libert is board certified in family medicine and is a diplomat of the American Board of Integrative Holistic Medicine.  She completed her residency training at Mountain Area Health Education Center (MAHEC), affiliated with UNC Chapel Hill at Mission Hospitals in Asheville, North Carolina.  

She received her medical degree from Loyola University Stritch School of Medicine in Chicago and did her undergraduate work at Saint Louis University.  Dr. Libert is a member of the American Academy of Family Physicians and the Christian Medical & Dental Associations.

Cynthia is passionate about helping patients achieve optimal health. She practices a holistic approach to health and wellness utilizing the best of modern medicine and evidence based complementary therapies. 

She has a special interest in natural approaches to healing and disease prevention through nutrition, physical fitness, stress-management, and mind-body modalities. She enjoys running, cooking, and spending time in nature. She resides in Blairsville, Georgia with her husband and three daughters.

Dr. Libert practices at the Life Wellness Center for Integrative Medicine in Blairsville, Georgia, where she serves patients both in the north Georgia and southwestern North Carolina mountain region. 

For more information or to contact Dr. Cynthia Libert, MD, visit www.DrLibert.org.


Have you ever wanted to cut down on over-the-counter cough and cold medicines when your child is sick? How about using natural methods that work to help your kids' symptoms naturally?

In today's podcast, you will learn about the different types of coughs, from chronic to common colds, and what you can do to help your kids heal naturally. We discuss treatments, how to lessen the symptoms and everything else in between. 

Our guest, Robin Green, also introduces pediatric acupuncture as one of the options to treat chronic cough. She debunks the common myths and eliminates the common fear of treating kids with "needles."

Robin Green is a licensed acupuncturist, herbalist, and leading expert in the field of pediatric acupuncture. Robin helps parents whose children suffer from chronic illness learn to use the ancient wisdom of Chinese medicine to help their children heal safely and naturally from asthma, allergies, and eczema. 

Her popular kids health blog, KidsLoveAcupuncture.com, reaches over one million readers annually. She is an up-and-coming HayHouse author and her first book, Heal Your Child from the Inside Out, will be out in 2016. 

Robin also founded the Center for Advanced Acupuncture Pediatrics which provides premier pediatric acupuncture training worldwide. 

Her most important job, however, is being a wife and mom to her two boys. 

Great Resources to check out:

7 Ways to Calm a Cough Your Pediatrician Won't Tell You About

Free Massage E-book & Course

 

Products Discussed:

Gaia Kids Warming Chest Rub 

Poached Pears with Honey & Ginger

 

 


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