Meditation for Children and Teens

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I am teaching a regular meditation session for children aged 8- 15 years old on Tue and Thu mornings at 10:00 PT through Zoom. These classes should be fun and lead to an online community of friends. No commitment is necessary and there is no fee. These sessions are open to attend at any time, […]

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Children, Attention and Holistic Treatment

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This is a long article that applies to any child who struggles with attention, whether they have been labeled with ADD or ADHD, or just have some difficulty focusing in the classroom or doing school work. It is a guide for parents, teachers, and practitioners to gain a perspective on attention functions and help children […]

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Six Steps to Cure Your Baby’s Reflux and Colic

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Colic or reflux is characterized by prolonged crying, spitting up after feeding, arching the back, rumbling tummy, and expulsion of gas. Symptoms tend to be worse in the evening, after eating, and when lying down. Often these symptoms begin two to three weeks after birth and can persist for several months or sometimes even longer. […]

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Strengths and Talents in Teens

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In this article I will focus on personal strengths (and weaknesses) particularly in teens. At this age, it’s important for teens to have an awareness of their personal strengths so that they can choose paths that foster their interests, talents, and areas of expertise. This knowledge will lead to success in school, extracurricular activities, jobs, […]

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Fats and oils for children’s health

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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 […]

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