Health Boosters- The Real Deal On Supplements for Kids
Why? How much? Which ones?… are some of the frequently asked questions I get when it comes to kids and supplements. Summer can be a great opportunity to make healthy changes or refocus your families’ health routines. Or, better yet, if you don’t have a health routine, now is the time to start one.
There are many ways to buy healthy foods of all kinds without breaking your budget. Let me show you some of them right now—including a shortcut around organic.
What’s one of the hardest jobs in the world?
Deep-sea fishing? Lumberjack? Police officer?
Candidates for this (arguably) hardest job in the world must be willing to work over 100 hours a week, have impeccable time management skills, be on call 24/7, have unlimited patience, and be cool, calm and collective under pressure.
It’s being a mom.
This is my favorite question by far, because I get it so often:
“I feel hungry even after I have just eaten. Are there foods I can eat that will actually tell my brain that I am full?”
Let’s talk about how I boost my iron with this one little supplement that is more like a little-known protein. Then I’ll show you a vitamin that people say that they get 1,000 units a day in their multivitamin, but when they get checked by us, some of them have a level of 19.
Your brain. It can hold 5 times as much information as the Encyclopedia Britannica.
It creates newborn connections—making itself younger than your true age—every time you form a memory.
But without warning, you can wake up one morning not remembering all seven digits of your phone number. Soon thereafter, you’ve forgotten a person’s name. Even a loved one’s.