All you need is a head of cauliflower and two tablespoons of coconut oil.
Chia Seed Pudding Recipe
This is a recipe for an easy to make chia seed and coconut milk pudding. When soaked overnight, the outer coating of the chia seed absorbs water and swells, giving this pudding a tapioca-like consistency, with a little crunch. It's a delicious and fun way to get a sweet treat with all the health benefits of chia and coconut oil.
Makes: 4 servings
Time: 10 minutes to make, 4 hours resting
6 Natural Remedies for Childhood Eczema
Eczema and other itchy, crusty rashes can make a kid’s life pretty miserable. It’s hard to watch your little one always scratching, especially if their skin gets so bad that it cracks and bleeds, or gets red and irritated with infection.
Often a pediatric dermatologist will have little to offer parents other than a topical steroid cream such as hydrocortisone. This may stop a flare up in the moment, but it doesn't fix the root cause of the issue.
Many parents get tired of the cycle of eczema flares, topical steroid creams, symptom relief, then right back into another flare-up, and worry about how topical steroids will affect their children in the long run.
Ending the cycle of eczema flares requires taking a look at what may be causing the rash to break out in the first place, in addition to offering relief for symptoms in the moment. Fortunately, naturopathic medicine can offer a great deal of help for children dealing with this itchy, painful condition.
Could Leaky Gut Be Causing Your Immune Symptoms?
Leaky gut syndrome is a disorder that can cause any number of immune symptoms, from mild issues like seasonal allergies and eczema to more serious conditions like multiple sclerosis or rheumatoid arthritis.
So what exactly is leaky gut, and how does it happen?
Natural Treatments for Autism: Parents Report on What Worked, What Didn't
While there are a lot of exciting new theories and great clinical data out there about holistic treatments for kids on the autism spectrum, who better to ask what works and what doesn't work but the parents themselves? That's just what the Autism Research Institute did with their 2007 survey entitled "Parent Ratings of Behavioral Effects of Biomedical Interventions." This survey asked more than 26,000 parents about the therapies they tried to help their children with ASD - what worked, and what didn't. Check out the chart below for a comparison of a few of the most effective treatments.
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