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podcast

Jessica Sherman – Raising Resilience Through Nutrition

Sidney Baker MD

Jess Sherman is a Registered Holistic Nutritionist, Board Certified by The Canadian Association of Holistic Nutrition Professionals (CAHN-pro).  She specializes in pediatric, family and maternal nutrition with a particular emphasis on digestive and developmental issues and mental health.

Working within the framework of functional nutrition, her end goal is to guide her clients towards safe, natural and effective tools to help them raise the most physically and mentally resilient children possible and enjoy the amazing lives they deserve.

Jess has completed extra training in weight management, herbal medicine, biomedical approaches to autism spectrum disorders, functional medicine, nutritional supplements, bio-individual nutrition, and she is a certified Gut and Psychology Syndrome (GAPS) Practitioner.  She is also a certified teacher with bachelor and masters degrees in Education.

Jess has worked with children and families since 1998.  She has appeared as a featured nutrition expert on the Child Obesity Summit, and the Transformative Parenting online courses is the nutrition panel expert for Three Little Lambs and is a regular contributor to various blogs including The Maternity and Parenting Institute and Mindful: a better future for children's mental health.  She has taught Nutrition Through The Lifespan at the Institute of Holistic Nutrition in Ottawa and serves on the board of CAHN-pro.   She is a member in good standing of the Canadian Association of Nutritional Professionals and also an associate member of the International Society for Nutritional Psychiatry Research.

Things You Will Learn
  • The types of things in our environment and lifestyle that are contributing to the high rates of neurodevelopmental disorders
  • Core strategies when first addressing nutrition for your children
  • Advice for parent’s of picky eaters
  • Jess's Four Pillars we must address.
  • And much more…

Show Notes

  • We have more stressors in our environment and lifestyles than ever before (7:30)
  • Environmental stressors in the classroom (11:00)
  • Social Stressors (11:30)
  • Core strategies to get started with nutrition for your children (13:30)
  • Jess's Four Pillars (15:30)
  • What to do about your picky eater? (19:00)
  • Some steps to investigate constipation (24:30)
  • Sleep is critical (32:30)
  • An important takeaway from today (42:30)

Resources and Links

Jess's book: Raising Resilience, Take the Stress out of Feeding Your Family and Love Your Life

Jess's website 

Mac & Cheese facebook video: https://www.facebook.com/jessshermanRHN/videos/1469353623095810/

For the full transcript of this episode, head over to the FREE Resource Library

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