It is part of my genetics, I think, to love research and natural health. As an RN, I just love people getting well and am thrilled when I see true healing – healing where the root cause is addressed and not just the symptoms. Friends on FB had been telling me about something they called TRS and that I needed to read about it. Well, I put it off and put it off…until I talked with Allie about her daughter Avalyn. I wanted to see if this could help a friend’s child that was vaccine injured and had similar problems. What Allie told me did it for me….
Getting a kid with ADHD to sleep at bedtime can be extremely challenging.
Their mind and body may still be racing. One of my kids, in particular can have a real problem going to sleep at bedtime. He tells me “sleep is boring, Mom!.” For kids with ADD, the transition times can be difficult and bedtime certainly falls into that category. I have tried many, many tactics over the years to make going to bed and staying in bed easier. Here are 8 ways I have found to really help getting kids with ADHD to sleep.…
Science tells us the reason children around the globe are dying of preventable diseases is largely because of poor nutrition. But children need not die.
Vitamin A reduces the risk of death and complication from measles. This is the case for many infections we have to deal with today. Even the World Health Organization today recommends giving Vitamin A. (see recommended dosage below). This was drilled into us in my third year of nursing school in our Public Health and Communicable Disease class.
In 2012, Dr. Suzanne Humphries wrote her original protocol for whooping cough using Vitamin C. Since then, she has received hundreds of appreciative letters from parents telling her how the protocol worked using it on their own. I (Jacqueline) write this for my own children who are now about to have their own families, but I also want to share it here for anyone who is willing to do a little study. Your child’s health and recovery is worth a few hours of your time to learn….
When I was diagnosed with Lyme Disease about 6 years ago. I had blood tests on a weekly bases. One thing that shocked me was my genetic testing.
From week to week my genes would change. …
Dedicated proponents have been given access to your child’s classroom with their teachings – and you should be very alarmed at what they are teaching America’s next generation….