The third HER Health Collective Roundtable of 2021 focused on exploring diet culture and body image issues. Our quarterly roundtables bring the HER Expert Panelists together to share their knowledge and discuss important health topics that affect mothers. It’s our hope that shedding light on this important topic and having open discussions like this, will help reduce the number of women who are silently struggling.
The providers at Carolina Total Wellness recommend the following lifestyle and supplement supports to optimize immune function, decrease viral transmission, reduce viral activity in the body and support the body’s immune response.
Have you ever told your child, “you need to take just one more bite?” If so, you are not alone! While the one bite rule may seem innocent enough, research has shown that the one bite rule is potentially harmful for children, especially those that are underweight or picky eaters.
When was the last time you ate consciously and freely without calculating or rationalizing your food choices? If it’s been longer than you care to admit, you’re not alone. We live in a culture that’s consumed with weight and body image, which is especially detrimental to mothers who have a heart to “do it all” and look like a picture of perfection.
Many adults have suffered in silence with undiagnosed ADHD. In my practice, I have diagnosed hundreds, if not thousands, of children and adolescents with ADHD. During that process there was one question that was almost always asked by concerned parents: “Could I also have ADHD?” Simply put, YES!
Decision making can often be a difficult process. Add in the uncertainties of the past year and it can become easy to get stuck in a state of indecision. Nicole Wallace, Licensed Mental Health Counselor explores the art of decision making and what the research says can help you overcome decision fatigue.
If you have a picky eater at home, you are not alone! In fact, it is estimated that 20-50% of children, especially toddlers & preschoolers, are selective eaters. Even though it’s very common it can still cause frustration and worry for parents. Follow these 5 steps to help selective eaters explore new foods.