Is your child feeling Anxious, Overwhelmed, depressed or have mood imbalances? Do you feel Cut off from living your Life?
A Healthier and Happier life?
You are not alone on this one. There are so many of us parents that are struggling with what to do with our children and their anxiety. I know I felt like that. My son struggles with anxiety and often gets so worked up he shuts down or cries.
Does this sound like your child?
- Lack of energy, unmotivated, hard time concentrating?
- Irritable, unrealistic fears, moody, anxious?
- Avoid social situations, distant?
- Health issues, digestive issues, weight gain or loss?
So did mine. The statistics show some crazy numbers on how pre-school age children are the leading age getting prescribed anti-depressants? WOW
There is a huge connection with our food. Sadly our food isn’t what it use to be, and is declining in nutrients daily. Our soils are so depleted, our crops are so overproduced and genetically modified which all plays a role in the decrease in nutrient values.
This can cause a host of issues in our body. Sadly.
First thing is the number of chemicals in our food. This makes the body unstable, makes our livers work harder than they should be and starts to weaken our digestive system. When our digestive system is lacking, we don’t break down the foods to get the little nutrients that are in the food.
Second, when our bodies are lacking in nutrients from both our food and poor digestive system. Our bodies resort to getting food from somewhere else such as our Bones and Muscles.
Third, when our bodies are lacking in these nutrients our bodies then struggle to make our happy hormones. This can cause a cascade of imbalances.
What can we do?
- Eat real food
- Organic when possible
- Good Source of B-vitamin rich foods
- Eat your Whole Grains.
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