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Many experts believe for best health your child should have a “Type 4”  bowel movement at least once/day. (see Bristol Stool chart) However according to WebMD, the definition of constipation is as follows: The normal length of time between bowel movements varies widely from person to person. Some people have them three times a day.… Keep Reading


Constipation causes a toxic backup in the body. Ideally poop 1-2 times a day Want stools to be #4 on Bristol Stool Scale (a “smooth sausage”) Increase fluid consumption Increase magnesium. ex: Epsom Salt (baths), Natural Calm (drink), Ease magnesium oil (applied topically) (Winter is dry – use a humidifier in the bedroom – clean… Keep Reading

The Hand Sanitizer Controversy

What goes on your body goes in your body. Therefore I refuse to use conventional hand sanitizers, as they are filled with chemicals I would prefer to avoid. I prefer to use good old fashioned soap and water whenever possible. But for those times when they are absolutely needed many companies (including EO Products) have… Keep Reading

Lyme Disease Detox

  Many parents and children are infected with Lyme disease (Dr. Dietrich Klinghardt hypothesized that 80% of ASD kids have Lyme) I suggest: Herbals specific to Lyme, for example Buhner Herbs The Klinghardt Protocol: Mercola Lyme Article | Klinghardt Lyme pdf parasite zapper serrapeptase (enzyme to break down Lyme cellular protective coating – use in conjunction with zapper) activated charcoal capsules (to… Keep Reading

FIR (Far Infrared) Sauna

Dr. Dietrich Klinghardt wrote: “Peer reviewed literature shows that sweating during sauna therapy eliminates high levels of toxic metals, organic compounds, dioxin, and other toxins.” While detoxification of toxic chemicals and heavy metals is a main value of sauna bathing, there are many other benefits: – Relaxation and Endorphin Release – Increased Blood Flow – Immune… Keep Reading

Magnetic Calcium Bentonite Clay

There is a special clay found in the mountains of Wyoming that has a unique pulling/detoxifying action. Done the traditional way, clay baths are messy (understatement!). These are instructions for the OLD way, which I don’t do anymore: Fill the tub, add about a cup of clay powder, then put your kid in for 20… Keep Reading

A Good Night’s Sleep

Our child still needs 11-12 hours sleep per night so we make that a scheduling priority when planning our family’s activities. In the hours leading up to bedtime we are sure to eliminate any stimulating activities, and exposure to “blue light” from TV, phone, and computer screens. If your child has trouble falling asleep, you may… Keep Reading

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