Common Conditions

Irritation to a young person’s nervous system can begin in-utero. The baby’s position in-utero and during delivery (natural or cesarean) can create stress on their nervous system. Even a “normal, healthy” birth can induce 40-50 pounds of pressure on a newborn’s neck and spine. Read More…

Breast Feeding

There is no better food for your newborn than breast milk. Every year, new studies show nutrients or immunological factors only found in breast milk that cannot be duplicated in a lab. Breast milk was designed by nature and is ever-changing to help our species thrive. Read More…

First Foods

Transitioning your child from breast milk to solid foods can sometimes be confusing and there is no reason to rush solids. Don’t be fooled that introducing solids will be a “magic cure” to help your little one sleep through the night. Starting too early can result in allergies due to an immature digestive system. Read More…

Boosting Your Child’s Immune System

There are many great ways to boost you and your families’ immune system naturally. Ideally you can fight off the common ‘bugs’ without noticing symptoms. If you or your child does experience symptoms, these tips will help minimize them and their duration. They are all completely safe without harmful side effects. Read More…

Information on Vaccinations

Deciding whether or not to vaccinate your child may be a difficult decision. Our body, when functioning normally, is innately designed to deal with illness. We vomit when something doesn’t agree with us, and we get fevers to ‘burn off’ negatively impacting viruses and bacteria. Read More…