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Episode 5: Ask The Naturopath! Can Antibiotics Affect Kids’ Behaviour?

      Today, we’re going to do our very first Ask the Naturopath episode! In these episodes, I am going to answer a question from one of our Natural Super Kids Klub members. I want to pick questions that will allow us to delve a bit deeper into some of the really important concepts…

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Episode 4: The 4 Pillars of Healthy And Happy Kids

      In this episode, I’m talking about the 4 pillars of healthy and happy kids. I’ve created these from the years of work that I’ve done with families and kids. I realised that everything that we need to do to improve and optimise our kids’ health fall into one of 4 pillars. These…

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Episode 3: Our Unique Approach To Kids’ Health And Nutrition

      In today’s episode, we are focusing on our unique approach to kids’ health at Natural Super Kids. We will also go into some of the naturopathic philosophies that drive our approach to kids’ health. I’ll talk about how running my online business at Natural Super Kids has given me such a big…

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Episode 2: Jess’ Journey Into Naturopathy & Founding Natural Super Kids

      As I promised in our very first podcast episode, I am going to go into my story, and hopefully it helps you understand a bit more about me as a person, and also my passion for kids’ health and naturopathy in general. In this episode, I talk about my journey. From how…

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Episode 1: Welcome & What to Expect in the Natural Super Kids Podcast

      Welcome to our very first Natural Super Kids Podcast episode! Today, I will talk about what Natural Super Kids is all about. What to expect from this podcast, our vision for kids’ health and nutrition. What we offer here as we aim to inspire mums to boost the health and nutrition of…

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The Benefits of outdoor play for children

Guest post by Harper Reid In an age of screens, instant entertainment, and unlimited internet plans, getting kids to choose outdoor play over indoor activities can be difficult. Sometimes, it’s all too easy to let our kids watch their favourite Youtuber for hours on end rather than tell them for the tenth time today that…

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5 ways to boost kids immune system for the winter

Boost your family’s immune system & avoid constant sickness! Download your Free copy of our Foods To Boost Immunity Cheat Sheet here.         It’s smack bang in the middle of winter in the southern hemisphere right now and kids are falling like flies to colds, flu, chest and ear infections. Because kids…

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Easy lunch ideas for kids you can pick up at the supermarket

  If your life is anything like mine you don’t always get a chance to have a baking session to get prepared for lunchbox packing for the week ahead. Sometimes you need easy lunch ideas for kids. These ideas are for those weeks you need some fast, convenient options you can pick up at the…

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The 5 Foods You’re Feeding Your Child That Trigger Eczema

I want to start with Tracy’s story. Tracy is a brilliant blogger over at Raised Good and a participant in my Natural Super Kids KLUB program! I remember seeing little red patches of skin for the first time on my son’s belly when he was three months old. It wasn’t eczema, or at least that’s what…

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Wean your kids off processed food onto Wholefoods

Wholefood, Superfood, Organic, Bone broth, Gluten-free, Raw, Paleo and fermented have become mainstream terms but even just a few years ago you probably had not even heard of them. You may have started your babies on highly processed rice cereal as their first food, then moved onto the tinned baby food blends that line the…

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6 things travelling around Australia has taught me

It’s been over 11 months since we set off on on our Big Aussie adventure and what a ride it has been! I have written about the amazing education my kids are getting from travelling life and I thought it was time to share some of the life lessons travelling around Australia is teaching me.…

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Gut Friendly bone broth recipes

Inspired by my chat with Jo Whitton from Quirky cooking last week about her family’s journey with gut health and the GAPS diet I have put together a collection of lovely, gut healing bone broth recipes – all gluten and dairy free (and mostly grain free too!) Including more gut friendly, bone broth recipes in your…

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More than Homeschooling! Our trip around Australia

We have taken our kids out of school for a year to fulfil our dream of travelling around this beautiful country of ours in a camper. In our state of South Australia, it is really easy to get an exemption signed by the principal of the school your kids attend to take a year off.…

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The Truth About Food and Plastics

A guest post by Laura Trotta There’s no denying the convenience of plastics in the kitchen. We use them to carry, store and even prepare wholesome food for our families. But given plastics have been linked with obesity, early adolescence, infertility and even cancer, not to mention the fact that they take hundreds of years, if…

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Omega 3 for kids

Fish is an important part of our kid’s diets and most kids either aren’t getting enough of it in their diets or are eating the wrong types of fish – hello battered fish and chips! Now let me make it clear that the occasional fish and chips on the beach is more that ok by me…

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