Children’s Health

Eating Spring Foods ~ Asparagus

Published May 15th, 2018

By Tammera J. Karr, PhD.

With spring weather comes seasonal foods like asparagus. This is one of those foods harvested from fields and meadows across Greece to Ireland, providing critical food-based nutrients for many with methylation challenges. Today we are learning more about the MTFHR gene that approximately 40% of the nation’s population. [...]

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Healthcare Freedom verse Special Interest Clubs

Published May 23rd, 2017

by Tammera J. Karr, PhD

Late Sunday night I received an email that announced an Oregon Legislation Policy that impacts your Healthcare Freedom of Choice. Am I an alarmist? When it comes to restrictive dietary wording laws in any state, I would have to counter with no. Over the last five years, we have [...]

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Is Fluoride in Private Wells Causing an IQ Decline?

Published September 29th, 2014

By Tammera J. Karr, PhD

When I saw this headline in the Scientific America magazine from August 20th, 2014, I was suppressed for two reasons. The first is this magazine hasn’t been overly receptive of information of this nature over the last few years. The second reason is the controversy over fluoride in general.

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ADHD a label gone wrong

Published May 18th, 2011

by Tammera J. Karr, PhD, BCIH, CNC, CNW, CNH

I had the privilege of working with three hundred ADD/ADHD from 1998 through 2002; individuals and two remarkable healthcare providers. One of the most important things I learned from Dr. Daniel Thompson and Dr. Jessie Landsberg, was the importance of turning a “label” into a “Badge [...]

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Dietary Guidelines for Children with ADD/ADHD

Published February 17th, 2008

Dietary Guidelines for Children with ADD/ADHD

Linda Rector Page N.D. Ph.D.

New research is supporting diet/behavior connection in children. (Adults, too, for that matter.)

According to the current issue of *Total Health Magazine*, nutritional factors such as food sensitivities/allergies and fatty acid deficiencies have all been linked to ADHD (Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder).

Here are [...]

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Childhood Obesity

Published December 26th, 2007

Childhood Obesity

By Herb Joiner-Bey, ND

And Laura Casanova

One and five American children are overweight.  Obesity is a major health issue for adults, it is even more of a problem for today’s children because over for weight children tend to become overweight adults.  Considering the problem that obesity can cause, such as heart disease [...]

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