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GMOs, Organics and Food Allergies: How to Feed your Family without Losing your Mind eConference

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I remember sick days spent at my Grandma’s house.  She would have a huge pot of homemade chicken soup simmering on the stove for me when my mother dropped me off before she went to work.  Carrots and celery were … Continue reading

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What Is BodyTalk? Interview with Heather Fraser

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Interview with Heather Fraser, MA, BA, B.Ed. CBP. Heather is one of five Energetic Practioners who will be presenting in our upcoming eConference on Energetic Healing for Children with Autism and Their Families. How did you go from writing a book … Continue reading

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The Hidden Roots of a “Mental” Illness: Food Allergies

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When my son Henry and his twin brother were 14 months old, the tantrums began. It was a little sooner than average, but I assumed this was due to having three boys ages three and under. Less Mommy to go … Continue reading

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Food Allergies: The New “Normal”?

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Allergies: It’s the new normal. It’s no longer a rare, one-per-school type thing. It’s one per classroom, at least for an anaphylaxis case, and many more per classroom for ‘regular’ allergies. Allergies to dust, pollen, chalk, tree nuts, seeds, grass, … Continue reading

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Why My Kid’s Food Allergies Are Ruining Your Party

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Hi, my name’s Zorro, and I’m an allergy mom. My fellow allergy moms and I are feeling a little, oh . . . let’s say . . . riled up. That’s putting it mildly. There’s been a piece on HuffPo … Continue reading

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An Open Letter to an Awesome Mom – A Food Allergy Tale

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Dear Mrs. So and So, Thank you.  Thank you for raising a child who, on his own, is thinking about other children and ways to include them.  He didn’t have to mention to you at breakfast that my son has … Continue reading

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