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Happy Healthy Babies Part II: Infrequent Elimination

By Lauren | April 6, 2018

I LOVE working with babies! I so appreciate the opportunity to share with parents the benefits of natural remedies for the simple ailments of infancy such as constipation, acid reflux, colic, and croup. Gemmotherapy can provide exactly the support these young developing bodies need for their digestive system because of its unique ability to clean…

Happy Healthy Babies Part I: It Really Is All About Elimination

By Lauren | March 30, 2018

As a mother of three children, I lost many a night’s sleep with a child who could not settle or woke every few hours needing comfort and attention. Little did I know of the close relationship between their nighttime discomfort and their diet and less than optimal daily bowel elimination. I think about the sleep…

Molly’s Story: Crohn’s Part IV

By Lauren | March 24, 2018

These past three weeks, we revisited a series that followed Molly’s incredible journey from her tremendous grief and debilitating Crohn’s symptoms after the passing of her mother, to her experience and overcoming of secondary symptoms, to the eventual discovery of a healing path. As Molly’s practitioner, I could not be more pleased with her willingness…

Molly’s Story: Crohn’s Part III

By Lauren | March 17, 2018

This week’s blog is an update on last year’s series featuring Molly’s progressive healing from Crohn’s disease. It is particularly exciting for those who appreciate seeing evidence of improvement based on medical tests. While the goal is to eventually create a heightened sense of awareness of your own health, tests can offer a level of…

Molly’s Story: Crohn’s Part II

By Lauren | March 9, 2018

Last week we began updates on the series Molly’s Story. You can find Part I here. Today we begin with some words from Molly as she reflects today on her journey. During this time of extreme inner growth I found two quotes that I clung to and said to myself many times a day. The…

Molly’s Story: Crohn’s Part I

By Lauren | March 1, 2018

One and a half years ago Molly and I collaborated on a series of four blog posts that proved to be a healing experience for both of us. Molly happens to be my niece. The daughter of my sister who passed July 2015 after a lengthy and heartbreaking struggle with cancer. When my sister had a…

Rethinking Elimination

By Lauren | February 16, 2018

Thoughts about how well your body is eliminating don’t really make it to the top of your list unless you are faced with a sudden change of too much or not enough. It turns out that your elimination should get as much attention as what you are feeding yourself each day. That is because how…

Gemmotherapy Answers: Rethinking Childhood Ailments

By Lauren | January 29, 2018

Whether you are a parent or not, this post is for you. We were all children once and my guess is by the end of this post you will be able to draw some connections from your childhood symptoms to those you are struggling with as an adult.   Most parents seek sage advice, keep…

What’s the truth about protein?

By Lauren | June 27, 2017

That’s a question I come up against constantly in my practice. I speak with mothers concerned as to whether their toddler will get enough protein after they wean from breast milk. I speak with parents of growing adolescents who wonder if plant-based eating will support the rapid growth of their soon-to-be teenager. And with adults…

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A Different Approach To Managing Your Health

By Lauren | March 28, 2017

I have a question for you as you begin this new year:   Who will manage your health?   I hope my clients out there will answer that they are the managers of their health.   And why is that?   There isn’t anyone who knows more about your symptoms than you do and to stay…