Every mother aspires for their child to be the healthiest and happiest version of themselves possible – under my guidance you will gain the confidence to achieve this goal. This class provides a treasure trove of valuable information founded on evidence-based naturopathic principles coupled with the latest scientific research on children’s health. I’ll show you the foundations of how to care for your child’s immune system, brain function and overall wellbeing. Enrolling in this class will benefit your child if they are suffering from an illness you are having trouble managing or you wish to defend your child from developing a condition...

Recipe to Support Baby Health Suitable from 6+ monthsBeef is an excellent source of iron which is a key nutrient when weaning your healthy baby. Iron from animal products is absorbed four times better to helpprevent children’s anaemia than iron found in plant-based foods such as legumes, tofu and leafy greens. Ingredients 150gm diced rump steak½ small sweet potato1 ½ cups baby bone broth or water (see our recipe)1 carrot, chopped Method Add all ingredients to a saucepan over medium heat and bring to the boil. Reduce heat to low and simmer, uncovered for approximately 15 minutes or until veggies are soft and beef is cooked. Allow...

A topic close to every mother’s heart is the desire for their infant to be the healthiest and happiest version of themselves possible. This class will help you to shape your baby’s health from infancy into toddlerhood. ⁣⁣This age group is widely accepted as a significant period in a child’s development and offers a critical window of opportunity to influence their lifelong health.⁣⁣Understand the underlying cause of poor immunity, eczema, asthma, poor focus and concentration, behavioural problems, ADHD, food allergies and food intolerances and steps you can take to avoid them. ⁣   How to Support Baby Health ✅ Understand how the digestive...

Recipe to Support Children's Health These fruity delights are awesome for children’s gut health to support happy moods, healthy children’s immunity and energy levels. Ingredients 4 tablespoons grass-fed gelatine1/3 cup water1 punnet strawberries¾ cup coconut milk1 teaspoon vanilla extract4 tablespoons rice malt syrup3 capsules of probiotics (broken open) Method Puree the strawberries using either a stick/immersion blender or small food processor and set aside. In a medium sized bowl, add the water and gelatine and whisk until dissolved. Mix the pureed strawberries, vanilla extract, rice malt syrup and coconut milk together in a saucepan and bring the mix to nearly boiling point (don’tboil). The gelatine mix may have...

Recipe to Support Children's Health Mashed Cannellini beans are a rich source of iron which your healthy baby needs for their baby brain development and to keep their blood cells healthy. Salmon is high in essential fatty acids which also supports optimal children’s brain development. Ingredients 1 large carrot, diced1 cup fresh or frozen corn kernels400gm can cannellini beans110gm canned salmon¼ cup baby bone broth or water (see our recipe) Method Steam carrots and corn until tender. Add the cannellini beans and salmon and process until smooth. Push the mixture through a sieve.Makes: 1 ½ cups Healthy Baby Tip: You can safely store this purée, covered, in...

Recipe to Support Children's Health These divine little gut healing jellies taste like velvety cream. They taste like treats and too good to resist and they are good for you. Ingredients 4 tablespoon grass-fed gelatine powder1/3 cup water3 tablespoons raw cacao powder270 gram can coconut milk or cream1 teaspoon vanilla extract1 tablespoon raw honey4 tablespoons desiccated coconut3 capsules of probiotics (broken open) Method In a medium sized bowl, add the water and gelatine and whisk until dissolved. Mix the other ingredients together in a saucepan and bring the mix to nearly boiling point (don’t boil). The gelatine mix may have begun to set, if so, mix it...

Recipe to support Children's Health Suitable from 8+ monthsFish contains a type of oil called essential fatty acids. These help to promote children’s brain development as well as boost children’s immunity. In fact theynourish just about all your healthy baby’s organs and support skin health too. Choose Tuna that is low in mercury. Ingredients 400gm broccoli florets180gm canned tuna¾ baby bone broth or water (see our recipe) Method Steam the broccoli, until tender, drain and cool. Blend the broccoli, tuna and bone broth until smoothMakes: 2 cupsHealthy Baby Tip: You can safely store this purée, covered, in the fridge for 1 to 2 days. Alternatively, freeze...

Recipe to Support Children's Health Quinoa is a seed with many class as a superfood and is suitable for your healthy baby. It’s nutritionally packed and high in protein to support overallchildhood development. It’s high in vitamins and minerals and full of fibre to benefit kids gut health and help to avoid children’s constipation. Ingredients ½ cup white quinoa2/3 cup baby bone broth or water (see our recipe)200 gm pumpkin, chopped and cooked until tender Method Rinse quinoa in a sieve under running water and drain well. Combine quinoa and bone broth or water in a saucepan and bring to the boil. Reduce heat and simmer, uncovered...

Recipe to Support Children's Health Chicken is a great way to incorporate more protein into your healthy baby’s diet. Use pureed poached meat and as your healthy baby gets better atchewing, move to small bite sized pieces. Avoid any tough or stringy cuts of meat as these might be too difficult for your healthy baby to chew or swallow. Ingredients 1 chicken breast, chopped2 small zucchini, chopped1 parsnip, peeled and chopped1 ¼ cups baby bone broth or water (see our recipe) Method Add all ingredients to a saucepan and bring to the boil. Reduce heat to a simmer, uncovered and cook for 20 minutes until chickenis...

Bone broth is made by simmering the bones and connective tissue of animals. This highly nutritious stock is commonly used in soups, sauces, and gravies. It has also recently gained popularity as a health drink. Bone broth dates back to prehistoric times, when hunter-gatherers turned otherwise inedible animal parts like bones, hooves, and knuckles into a broth they could drink. You can make bone broth using bones from just about any animal — pork, beef, veal, turkey, lamb, bison, buffalo, venison, chicken, or fish. Marrow and connective tissues like feet, hooves, beaks, gizzards, or fins can also be used.   Baby Bone Broth supports Kids Health ✅....

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