Our body and our immune system are amazing! We have good and bad things going on. We have beneficial bacteria and yeast creating an amazing balance in our body to help us stay healthy and thrive. There are the “bad” bacteria and yeasts we catch from other people and in the environment orRead more about 4 Tips to Choosing the Right Probiotic[…]
STRESS! The word just makes us cringe. We all know it. The horrible feeling of sinking slowly with no room to breathe. Or maybe for you, it’s the feeling of exploding anger, fear or another strong emotion. Stress is harmful to us. It feels awful and it is awful for our bodies. Stress and howRead more about Stress & Chronic Disease – Links to Flares & Disease[…]
Scratchy throat, white patches, red ears and tugging… all signs your child has an infection. This is not at all what you want in any case! But this is especially not what you want when it’s between flares for your child’s disorder. One of the biggest challenges with our immune system is keeping it in check. ForRead more about Antibiotics & Probiotics – What To Do?[…]
The itching, the scratching, the uncomfortable feeling in their clothes. It’s annoying. You just can’t understand why your child can’t get rid of those skin rashes they have. If your child has rash symptoms you know how difficult it is to keep them comfortable. Rashes are annoying. It’s important to keep skin inflammation under control.Read more about Kid Got a Rash? Get rid of it for good![…]
It’s hard enough to get little ones to finish food we make for them, right? And as a growing person, we want them to eat the most nutritious foods they can get their hands on. So it’s doubly difficult to consider how their diet is affecting their chronic condition. Let’s keep it simple then!Read more about Healthy Foods Kids Love [for chronic disease & a recipe][…]
Coming soon! I am excited to bring you healthy living tips for children and adults! These posts will contain healthy living tips we use in our house to reduce flare-ups of our conditions. Don’t have a condition? Reading for someone you know? That’s OK! These tips are good for anyone interested in healthy living.