Naturopathy Can Help With the Following Childhood Conditions Fiona provides tailored health plans based on a multitude of factors relevant to your child’s symptomology (how they are feeling), pathology (how their body is responding), plus dietary and lifestyle factors. ✅ Digestive complaints – constipation, diarrhoea, loose stools, pain or bloating ✅ Allergies and allergic conditions – such as asthma, eczema or hayfever ✅ Poor Immunity – recurring colds or ear infections ✅ Skin Conditions – rashes, eczema, acne, pimples or allergic reactions ✅ Moods – anxiety, depression or mood swings ✅ Food Intolerances – identifying food reactions ✅ Food Allergies – identifying food reactions ✅ Growth and development issues – fussy eaters or nutritional malabsorption ✅ Behavioural challenges –...

Pineapples are packed with a variety of antioxidants, vitamins and minerals. They are especially rich in vitamin C and manganese. An easy, healthy recipe for kids that uses just three ingredients: pineapple, lemon juice, and coconut milk, Ingredients 1.5 cups chopped fresh or thawed from frozen pineapple 2 Tbsp lemon juice 1/3 cup canned coconut milk Method Blend together pineapple, lemon juice, and coconut milk. Pour into popsicle molds, then freeze! Naturopathy Can Help With the Following Childhood Conditions Fiona provides tailored health plans based on a multitude of factors relevant to your child’s symptomology (how they are feeling), pathology (how their body is responding), plus dietary and lifestyle factors. ✅ Digestive complaints – constipation, diarrhoea, loose stools,...

Here is an easy way to substitute eggs if your child is allergic or needs to avoid them. Please note, if a recipe requires more than two eggs, these substitutes will not be as effective.   CHIA SEEDS 1 tablespoon (15ml) chia seeds + 4 tablespoons (60ml) water = 1 egg Allow to rest for 10 minutes   GROUND FLAXSEEDS 1 tablespoon (15ml) ground flaxseeds + 3 tablespoons = 1 egg Allow to rest for 10 minutes   Banana 1/2 medium banana = 1 egg   Applesauce 1/4 cup (60ml) unsweetened apple sauce = 1 egg   Naturopathy Can Help With the Following Childhood Conditions Fiona provides tailored health plans based on a multitude of factors relevant...

If you want to substitute traditional white flour in your favourite recipes, the following guide will help you. Please note, it's not always easy to swap around flour alternatives. In some recipes you may need a little more liquid. If the mixture needs thickening, you may need to add addition starch such as cornstarch, arrowroot powder or tapioca. Have fun experimenting with your recipes and use the following as a loose guideline.   For every 1 cup of white flour, substitute with the following...

These breakfast muffins are the ideal way to serve your child a healthy breakfast on the run and they make the perfect snack too. Ingredients 2 free-range eggs, whisked 2 bananas, mashed 1 teaspoon vanilla extract 21⁄2 cups rolled oats 2 teaspoons ground cinnamon 2 tablespoons coconut, flakes or desiccated, 11⁄2 teaspoon baking powder 1 1⁄2 cups of milk, of choice 1 tablespoon honey or maple syrup   Method Preheat oven to 180 degrees Celsius If using a 12-hole muffin tray, grease with oil or butter. Mix together bananas, eggs, vanilla extract and maple syrup in a bowl, add oats, cinnamon, coconut and baking powder and mix...

Dealing with picky eaters can be frustrating and experts believe as many as 50 percent of children are fussy when it comes to trying new foods, so you are not alone. It's very important to remain calm and keep offering food even when it's rejected because children who are limited to only a few types of food, usually toast and cheese are at risk of not getting the proper nutrition that their growing bodies needs to thrive. The good news is there is many evidence-based ways to persuade your child to try and even enjoy new foods. Try these tips when...

Children who don’t get enough healthy foods may face growth and developmental problems, poor academic performance and frequent infections.  They can also develop unhealthy eating habits that may persist into adulthood.  Fiona, as a qualified Melbourne nutritionist is able to help your child reach their full potential by investigating the food they eat. Nutrition is vital for health and it can be defined as the science that establishes the relationship between what a child eats and their overall health and wellbeing. To function properly, their body needs a balanced diet that gives them all the nutrients they need to thrive...

Every mother wants their child to be the happiest and healthiest version of themselves possible. As a leading paediatric Naturopath & Nutritionist, this ebook provides you with my expert advice and guidance to help you achieve this goal. If diarrhoea is a regular occurrence with your child, say one or more times a week, it’s highly likely a food intolerance is at play. This book is designed to guide you through a process to identify and remove the underlying cause of your child’s diarrhoea. The information combines evidence-based naturopathic principles and integrative nutrition alongside scientific research. Upon completion of the...

The information in contained within this ebook is designed to help your child reach their full potential to be the happiest and healthiest version of themselves possible. When your child is constipated, they literally have food sitting in their large intestine for days or weeks which is essentially ‘going off’. Prevailing research suggests gut health is the keystone to reaching optimal wellbeing. When your child is constipated, this could negatively impact their immunity, brain function and skin health, just to name a few. As a leading Paediatric Naturopath & Nutritionist, the information in this book combines evidence-based naturopathic principles and integrative nutrition...

Eating too much sugar and not enough protein at breakfast causes blood sugar levels to raise quickly resulting in a sudden burst of energy followed shortly afterwards by an energy slump. By mid-morning, blood sugar levels are low, resulting in signs and symptoms that mimic ADHD. Symptoms of Low Blood Sugar and ADHD include: Irritable, grumpy or angry Aggression Sad moods and crying Disruptive behaviour Poor focus and concentration Inability to sit still Inconsistent learning Poor memory retention General fatigue Sleepy and tired The average kid’s breakfast can contain up to 16 teaspoons of sugar! Sugar is hidden in ‘healthy’ food and we are unaware how much sugar kids are consuming at breakfast. For...

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