It’s definitely challenging when your child will not bring a vegetable to their mouth!
We have many strategies for helping your child’s diet!
The ideal diet includes fresh raw or cooked vegetables, a small amount of fresh fruit, and very minimally processed, organic, meats from pasture-raised, grass-fed, organic/clean animals. and nourishing fats.
Whatever goes into an animal you eat – like hormones, antibiotics or grains containing GMOs (genetically modified organisms), goes into you!
There are many diets that can help your child immediately. They mostly rely on eliminating offending foods, foods that harm your child’s gut. All of the suggestions below involve taking ‘bad’ foods out and replacing with foods that are beneficial for healing the gut or enhancing the microbes in the gut.
The ‘right diet' for your child may look very different than another child's diet, at least temporarily, as each person is unique in their requirements.
Your child may be deficient in nutrients like B vitamins, Vitamin D, magnesium, zinc and other vitamins or trace minerals.
This could be due to the inability to absorb and assimilate nutrients. I would suspect poor digestion, gut flora imbalance, pathogens/parasites in the digestive tract.
Cells may be so toxic or dysfunctional, that they aren’t able to bring nutrients into the cells.
Supplements – vitamins, minerals, herbs or other specific plant compounds – may be needed temporarily.
Or perhaps your child is already taking 20 supplements and it doesn't seem to be doing much for him.
We’ll help you figure that out!
Just as important as what goes into your child's body, is what comes out of it. If your child isn't eliminating waste efficiently, the rest of the body will be affected.
You may see behaviors like anxiety, anger, lack of attention or awareness, poor cognitive issues, even poor motor skill.