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Office visits and video consultations are available for children and adult health issues. Dr. Randy's focus in health care is always to strengthen the patient by stimulating and reinforcing the innate healing ability of the body, resulting in an increased state of health.
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Dr. Randy has practiced homeopathy and Oriental medicine for over 30 years, specializing in child health care. He has devoted his professional life to writing books about children's health, teaching workshops, training practitioners, and curing patients. More details »


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Watch the Thriving Child Summit »

September 17th, 2017

Do you want to learn how to help your children thrive – body, mind, and spirit? Then join my good friend Dr. Elisa Song, holistic mama doc, as she hosts the Thriving Child Summit – a landmark event bringing together over 40 of the world’s experts in holistic health and wellness, integrative medicine, nutrition, parenting, […]

Teething »

September 11th, 2017

First colic, now teething. When will it stop? Some parents may wonder when they will finally see a full-time happy, contented baby. Other parents have no experience at all with fussiness. Some fussy baby symptoms reflect the individual child’s temperament. All children have their own styles of behavior, and these styles have been categorized. The […]

Sugar and Sweeteners »

August 17th, 2017

The sugars contained in fresh, natural foods are adequate to provide for everyone’s energy needs. Nonetheless, people like sweet tastes. If you must have additional sweets in your diet, here is a review of your options.  Or you can skip to the bottom line at the end of this article. No one should eat added […]

Fats and oils for children’s health »

August 3rd, 2017

Children need fats. Low-fat foods can create fatty-acid deficiencies. Children especially need saturated fats and cholesterol to maintain healthy tissues and healthy cell membranes. Cholesterol and saturated fats from breast milk, organic eggs, cream, coconut oil, and meats are essential parts of your child’s diet. Children also need omega-3 fats for brain development. Breast milk […]